Saturn Yellow Feeders, 3 and 15 lb
|Saturn 3||Saturn 15|
|Capacity||3 lb||15 lb|
8" Pan Diameter
1" Pan Depth
16" Pan Diameter
3" Pan Depth
|Can It Hang||no||yes|
*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.
- Comes complete with base, tower and lid
- Saturn 15 features an adjustable base design allows for up to 4 flow levels
- Top lip around base helps prevent feed waste
- Has a small rain hat that allows it to be used in light rain
- Hang the feeder just above the bedding to reduce feed spoilage
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Kathleen W from Ohio
Feeder seems to be durable and does the job. I do wish the metal snap clip the feeder hanger from wasn't quite so large. It can be difficult to force through the plastic hanger part on top and but more importantly, it requires a very large chain to hang it from because of the thickness of the snap clip. Even though the feeder holds 15 pounds it seems like over-kill.
Vivian A from Virginia
This is a great feeder! It minimizes wasting of feed and the chickens jumped right on it as if they had been having it all along. We have about 50 chickens and I have 2 feeders for them.
I am very happy with this product.
Joan from Indiana
The best no waste chicken feeder. Wasted money on all the other types, and even making a PVC feeder, waste of time and money. Just buy this one, and save!
Judith G from Massachusetts
THE best feeder I have ever purchased. Design is great. No spilling of feed. The eating trough is large and deep. Excellent!
Jimmy L from Tennessee
These will pay for themselves in a few weeks with less feed lost by chickens raking it out.