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
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|Can It Hang
* 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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Dennis R from New York
Holds a full 50lb bag and keeps it dry even in the rain. We have three of them.
Kevin K from Illinois
These do not live up to the Premier tag line: "Equipment That Works". Tried these feeders for a week and the feed would continually get stuck in the container and not drop down into the feed tray. Birds would eat the food and I would have to come by and jiggle the feeder to get the feed to drop down into the feed tray. Returning this product.
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.