High capacity poultry feeders for the coop or in the pasture.
- Suitable for use with chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese and other waterfowl
- Hinged lid for easy filling
- Feed-saver ring discourages scratching
- Optional rain-shield protects feed trough from water
- Elevated trough keeps dirt and debris out of the feed
New! Leg Extensions (sold separately) elevate feeder an additional 3-3/4" (7-3/4" overall).
|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).
- Rain Shield measures 22.5" wide overall with a 13" opening to insert the feeder.
- Leg Extensions (3) elevate feeder an additional 3-3/4" (7-3/4" overall).
To reduce “bridging” and “rat-holing”, use a coarsely ground feed to maintain proper flow. Feeds with too many fines may bind up in humid climates.
We prefer coarse cracked, crumble or pelleted type feeds. Our hens will pick their preferred pieces from feeds with a high proportion of fines and waste the rest.
If you find excessive waste, consider changing the feed type, or raising the feeder (making it more difficult to scoop out feed).
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Jack P from Iowa
Easy to put together and use.
Shawn D from Washington
I am not a farmer. I have a handful of chickens and guinea fowl. Pets that lay eggs! I spent a considerable amount of time researching these feeders. They hold a lot of food and they are off the ground. The food flows without clogging. They keep the food dry and rodents can’t access the reservoir area. They are constructed from heavy plastic and there is no metal anywhere on the units to rust.
Trent G from Colorado
I like the construction and rain-proof capability with the rain cover attachment, but my 6 x 10 week old chicks spilled at least 1/3 of the 50lb bag of feed. Now I’m having to replace this feeder with one that has feeding ports in order not to waste feed and feed the mice and rabbits.
Rebecca L from Tennessee
Love this feeder! The only problem we have with it is that we could use another! With our current population we fill it every 2–3 days, but once we drop our rooster population it will really cut out hours of feeding time every week, so we can spend more time watching them run around chasing bugs!
Joe R from Maryland
This is an initial review, I’ve not tested it for durability. Initially I like it, top is easy to operate, haven’t had any moisture issues with the feed caking up or even any moisture collection in the bottom feed area. I didn’t purchase the extra rain shield, going to try it for a while without it. So far so good.