|Kubic, 30 lb||Kubic, 50 lb||Kubic, 70 lb|
|Capacity||30 lb||50 lb||70 lb|
|Can It Hang||no||no||no|
*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.
- Waterfowl friendly.
- Cap twists open to quickly check feed levels.
- Hinged top for easy filling.
- Legs elevate the feeder 4" above the soil to prevent debris from entering the trough.
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Sandra B from Georgia
Easy to assemble. Appears sturdy, and the hopper does indeed hold 50 lbs of laying pellets and keeps them up off the floor and clean.
Tracey S from Pennsylvania
I love this feeder, i have 40 birds to keep fed so this saves time and feed. But, my birds havnt eaten much since I put it in my coop. Not sure if they know what it is... I did place some sunflower seeds, bird seed and mealies in the bottom to teach them. I also placed the feeder in a round hot water tank pan to collect the waste so my bantams can eat too. Its a bit high for my tiny kids to reach right now. All in all I love it!
Sean M from Minnesota
Like the idea of a high capacity feeder, but as others have mentioned - the feed ends up all over the ground. Also not viable in a pasture with other animals as they knock it over.
Dolly M from Mississippi
I love the concept of what it’s suppose to do but I wasted all the feed I put in it in one day because the chickens dug it all out I don’t think it was well thought out when it was made. Needs a guard in it so they wont dig it out. The guard in it doesn’t discourage the digging in it, which is very wasteful.
Kathy B from Iowa
Love these feeders. Saves on time.