Wise Mountable Feeder, 20 lb
- Capacity: 20 lbs
- Size: 16"H, 5.5"W, 11.5"L
- Material: gray or green plastic
- Suited for: adults
- Number fed: 80
- Use inside or outside: inside and outside
- Grill: yes
- Can it hang: no
- Comes with 1 silo extender. To increase feeder capacity, add an additional Silo Extender.
- Includes rain hood and mounting hardware.
- Suitable for pellets, wheat, barley and maize.
- Adjustable feed flow controls.
- Adjustable feed level.
- Discourages the scratching out of feed.
How to Use
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Catherine H from Montana
I have used this feeder (x2) for several years and have always been pleased with it. I think I bought it the first year Premier1 carried it. It is still in good shape and with adjustments it wastes very little feed. I'm not terribly handy but attached it to the wall of an outdoor pen for just out of the brooder birds without much trouble.
Leah A from Ohio
Super messy! Bought this due to the reviews and the “anti-mess” description. We have lowered it, we have raised it...doesn’t matter the height. If you are looking to purchase this, know your coop floor will be covered with the feed. VERY disappointed.
We also purchased the extensions and they don’t stay clipped together, we had to add short screws to keep them assembled.
Donna B from Ohio
Our chickens love this feeder. No mess, no rain gets in, easy to fill, stays clean. I recommend it.
Melanie S from Pennsylvania
I attached this to a fence post at our pond to use for the waterfowl and the lid blew off into the pond within 2 days so now we have no lid. The lid needs to be a tighter fit or have something to keep it locked in place.
Marcia V from Michigan
It holds a good amount of feed but double would be better. There's still quite a lot of waste they get out of the feeder. I like it. It's better than using a flat bucket.