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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Elise D from North Carolina
Great product! I like that it can be hung or set on the ground. The feet keep the feed cleaner than if it was just on the ground. I got the rain hat for it as well which helps to protect the feed.
Rita T from Kentucky
I very seldom write reviews. But this feeder is very cheaply made. I would give 0 stars if it were an option. I've only had them out a week, (I bought 2) they are so lightweight, they blew over. I also bought the rain hat. I have them in a covered area with open sides. The rain hats blew off. Needless to say, the feed got wet and ruined. I do not recommend this product. $113.80 wasted on 2 feeders and hats.
Mary-Katherine C from Ohio
Really enjoying the new feeder! I was skeptical about wasting less feed, but it’s absolutely true! Nice capacity, easy to assemble and fill, and the rain hat (purchased separately) is a must here. Very pleased.
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?