Blenheim Feeder (with grill), 13 lb
Ideal for small backyard or hobby flocks.
- Finned base and outer ring prevents birds from flicking out feed, thus reducing waste and mess.
- Accommodates most breeds of poultry as well as some smaller breeds of waterfowl.
Protect your chicken feed and reduce waste by using a Blenheim Rain Hat.
- Supplied with grill and a set of 4 push fit legs
- May also be hung
- Optional rain hat protects feed from rain and snow
- Capacity: 13 lbs
- Size: 14.75"H, 12.5" pan diameter, 1.5" pan depth
- Material: plastic
- Suited for: adults
- Number fed*: 52
- Use inside or outside: inside and outside
- Grill: yes
- Can it hang: yes
- Includes a set of 4 push fit legs
*Number Fed is determined by capacity multiplied by 4 oz (amount of feed the average adult chicken eats per day).
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Paula W from Texas
Works great in the rain and keeps food dry. Also less wild bird action on the feeders and saves on the scratch and layena.
Sue J from Arkansas
This is a great product and I would’ve given it 5 stars but with the rain hat on the space is too small for their heads unless they got on their knees to get to the food. The best thing I could do was put the feeder up on blocks so they could reach in to get the food. Maybe taller feet would be better?
Katherine F from California
The Blenheim Feeder gets the job done at a reasonable price. I do like the grill over the feed, which keeps the chickens from scratching out food everywhere. There are 2 specific improvements I would like to see.
I wish it was taller or had leg extenders. I’m having to pick bits of twigs and leaves out of the grill every day that the chickens kick in. I also purchased the smaller "rain hat" which does not secure well to the top. Half the time the chickens have knocked it off.
Cory C from Maryland
Well built feeder. Design could use some updates though. As said in other reviews the food does not easily feed out into the trough area for the chickens to be able to get to it. They can peck in out into the trough, I am going to take my hole saw and making the openings larger to see if that will help the feed more easily make it out of the feeder.
Leslie W from Virginia
Feed doesn't flow, doesn't matter if it is pellets or mash. Gets stuck in the hopper. I have to pick up the unit and shake it every day.