Galvanized Cone Feeders
|Feed Saver Grill||optional||optional||optional|
|Anti-Soil Trough Guard||no||optional||no|
- Heavy-duty galvanized metal construction
- Feeds a wide variety of food stuffs: Crumbles, wheat, barley and cracked corn
- Quickly adjusts between (3) options to control feed output
Accessories (sold separately, colors may vary)
- Feed Saver Grill reduces wasted feed. Available for the 11, 22 and 44 lb capacity feeders.
- Anti-Soil Trough Guard protects feed in the trough. Affectionately called the “crap-flap” by Premier’s staff. Fits 22 lb feeder.
- Rain Hat protects both the hopper and feeding trough from the elements. Available for the 22 lb feeder.
How to Use
To adjust feed output, release one locking clip toward the trough and lower hopper to the desired height. Repeat for each clip. Reverse to raise.
How to attach cone to base:
We DO NOT recommend the use of the Feed Saver Grill with roosters or hens that have large combs. The comb could rub on the plastic and become injured.
To reduce the risk of entrapment, breeds with voracious appetites such as Cornish Cross should NOT use the Feed Saver Grill.
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
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Dennis M from North Carolina
Top of the line products.
Susan G from Virginia
Best feeder ever purchased. Lip is deep enough that food does not spill and end up on the floor. The high cone moves the feed to the edges so that the feed is easy for the chickens to reach.
Carlos W from Iowa
Wish it came with a cone top.
Tracy J from Missouri
Love these feeders, they last for a few days before refilling. We have two now!
Joel W from Minnesota
We are extremely happy with these feeders. They're a bit more than the galvanized feeders at our local farm store, but they are worth every penny. The feeders themselves are very well constructed and hold together well, but what really makes it are the feed saver rings. Our chickens used to go through a feeder in 2–3 days, spilling enormous amounts of feed on the floor. Then we'd have to keep them without feed for a day or so to make them clean up and eat off the floor. With these feeders, the feed lasts for 6–7 days, and there is absolutely no mess. We can even take advantage of less expensive feed because we no longer need to buy pellets to reduce the amount of waste.