Grit Station, 6 lb
An easy-to-use feeder to provide your flock easy access to grit, oyster shell and feed supplements. Suitable for a wide range of poultry including: Chickens, ducks, geese, game birds and other waterfowl.
- Removable lid allows easy filling and helps protect feed when used outside
- Built-in divider separates feed into compartments
- Conical design to prevent perching
- 6 lb feed capacity
- Feed capacity: 6 lbs
- Size: 11"H, 11" pan diameter, 2.5" pan depth
- Material: Heavy-duty plastic
- Suited for: Adult birds
- Number fed*: 24
- Use inside or outside: Inside
- Can it hang? No
* Number fed is determined by capacity multiplied by 4 oz (amount of feed the average adult chicken eats per day).
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Regina J from La
Looks sturdy and like how it's covered and also with drainage holes. Haven't used it yet as my chicks are still small but my sister has 2 of these and hers love it. I'm sure mine will too.
Yvonne B from Montana
Excellent product. Quality for the price for sure.
Linda S from Ohio
I purchased two of these and they are perfect for grit and oyster shell for use inside the coop and out. I plan to buy several more for the other coop and for the outside. Your prices are better than anyplace I've checked.
Cheryl J from California
I love this product. You can separate three different kinds of grit, oyster shell, or whatever in it, by using the removable insert. The cap protects it from the rain and the high sides keep it clean, while still allowing the chickens easy access. The shape of the top prevents the poultry from perching on top. It is durable.
Destiny K from Iowa
This seems to work well for my 28 layers. It cut WAY down on waste. I elevated it on two large wood blocks to keep it out of the bedding and at the hens' height. I use one section for grit and the other two sections for oyster shells. To help the hens discover it, I sprinkled oats on top of the oyster shell/grit inside (with them watching). That encouraged them to put their heads inside and discover what was in it.