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.
- Hopper Lid (while supplies last) prevents birds from perching and soiling feed in the hopper. For indoor use only. Available for the 11 and 22 lb capacity feeders.
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:
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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Susan M from Idaho
Well built feeder, very sturdy. I easily snapped in the adjusters, to set the feed depth. I like the food-saver grill which is preventing the wasting of food. Until my chicks go outside in 2 more weeks, I have the feeder on the floor (on top of two pieces of 2 x 6 boards to keep out shavings). The lid works great to prevent chicks from throwing shavings into the food or from roosting on top. Very happy with my purchase.
Eliza H from Washington
The flimsy lid just rests on top of the feeder and is a poor fit. It is quickly knocked off by the chickens, or blown off by wind. It is junk headed for the garbage.
Me H from California
The feeders themselves are ok. They work. You will need someone strong to snap the pail into the final adjuster. The hopper lid though, is a complete joke. I ordered 22 lb feeders and the lids are supposed to fit. First off, if you want to hang the feeders, the lid cannot be used because it interferes with the handle. Second, even if not hung, the lid does not fit on the top of the hopper and just falls off with the slightest touch. It was a total waste of money. That meant the chickens still fly up and sit on the top and poop all over the food. My chicks would fly up and sometimes fall into the hopper and can’t get out because the top opening is so small. I bought these specifically because they had lids. I could have bought similar metal feeders elsewhere for half the price. They also kick all the food out of the sides. 22 lbs of food all over the ground in a single day everytime I had to refill. If I want this product to work, I’d have to buy the feed saver grill and the antisoil ring too, apparently. No thanks, I shouldn’t have to buy additional accessories to make the feeder usable, especially not if the shipping costs more than the accessories. They may be just as useless as the hopper lids.
Frederick H from Illinois
I like the adjustable cone. The feeder I’d used for years is fixed and needed to be agitated often to keep the flow going to keep the pan filled. I don’t have to do that anymore. The bail seems flimsy though.
Mike S from Texas
Product seems well made but one screw was missing and two pans did not have holes for screws.