Gemini & Apollo Trough Feeders
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*Number Fed is determined by capacity multiplied by 4 oz (amount of feed the average adult chicken eats per day). Crumbles, wheat, barley and cracked corn can be used in these feeders.
How to Use
Wash in hot water using a mild soap. You may need to soak the feeder to loosen tough spots.
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Marguerite W from Maryland
This is great for a small brooder setup and very affordable. The chicks seem to use this style more than our others, which have a center line rib. If tipping is a problem a few small stones may help to weight it and provide stability.
Mike M from Nebraska
I’ve tried all kinds of homemade inventions, but this feeder beats them all. There is no waste and our dog finally met her match, she can’t eat out of this one! The large orange feeder works for my full size laying hens and also the smaller bantams and call ducks.
Corey M from Mississippi
The large orange trough is great. It reduces waste considerably. The yellow chick feeder is easy to tip over and just not very good.
Denise T from California
The yellow size is easy to tip and I did have a chick get stuck inside of one, but no harm done. The orange feeders are the best! Great for growing out chicks and not wasting feed. They’re very easy to fill.
Valery R from Ontario, Canada
Not really much improvement on the older galvanized models though not cutting and dangerous which is in itself a pretty big improvement. Would be nice if feeders had some solid weight to them.