|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.
- Hinged top for easy filling.
- Legs elevate the feeder 4" above the soil to prevent debris from entering the trough.
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Amy F from Maryland
These feeders are awesome and we couldn't be happier. They keep the feed dry and the hens don't seem to spill it out and it saves on the wasted food we used to have. Love them!
Dan P from Iowa
We purchased the 50# feeder and works amazing! I see in a lot of review that say the legs fall off of both, the water and feeder. All 3 legs have a “tab” that they LOCK INTO if you put your back into it when u push it into place it will never come off. If you don’t own the waterer that looks similar to this feeder you will want to look it up.
I’ve been raising chickens for the better part of 10 years and this feeder is a no mess feeder. This IS the last feeder I will buy. The quality and design is amazing. I look at things different than most—I look at how cheap and flimsy stuff is made and put together. I can’t find one thing I’d change with it.
Dillon S from Idaho
Item arrived quicker than I thought. Easy assembly and works great. Took the ducks a few minutes to decide weather it was gonna eat them or not, but we've had it for a few weeks now and works great.
Amanda W from Michigan
It’s a great feeder but our feed gets stuck around the outside and only the middle feed falls down. So the chickens don’t get feed until we knock it down!
Gary N from Pennsylvania
This feeder works well; chicken crumble will not become clogged as the dispensing aperture is large and empties directly onto the feeding plate. One problem I found is the cover has a hole in it after only one month of service. Most likely the hole was caused by falling acorns. Said hole was patched with duct tape. So far, the chickens don’t seem to mind.