Wise Mountable Feeder, 20 lb
For feeding all types of poultry.
Mounting can be on either a fence post, coop wall or tree. Feeder comes with brackets allowing it to be mounted easily, also making removal simple for cleaning or relocation.
Includes (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
- Discourages the scratching out of feed
For a mountable metal option, look to the Adjustable Metal Poultry Feeder.
- Capacity: 20 lbs
- Size: 11.5"L, 5.5"W, 16"H
- 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.
*Number Fed is determined by capacity multiplied by 4 oz (amount of feed the average adult chicken eats per day).
Simply attach the included bracket to the vertical surface of your choice. Attach the feeder to the bracket by sliding and clipping the arms into place. Ideal height: 6-10 inches off the ground.
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
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Sujittra M from North Carolina
It looked good but after putting it up, I had some issues. The hooks that camp with is too big for the 1/4 hardware cloth. Not a big deal, I could have just cut the wire to make it 1/2" (but I screwed it on to the wire instead.) However, after the hens started using them, there were so much waste on the floor. Even after adjusting the opening for small amount of feeds to come out, same big waste. The hens were able to flick the pallet feeds out. The problem was the angle of the opening. Also, the silo felt like a flimsy plastic, not the same hard plastic like the feeder body. Switched back to my homemade tube feeder.
Susie O from Maine
This is a really good idea for a feeder—you can attach it to a wall or other vertical surface, saving a lot of room on the coop floor. Plus, you can also buy the accessory part to have already filled.
Laura B from Florida
Only 4 stars due to three reasons:
- rain entered one side
- pellets get stuck in the narrow gaps at both ends
- the plastic clips that “secure” the arms onto the feeder are WAY too small to ensure the feeder won’t fall off!
As long as I don’t mix whole grains in with the pellets, the chickens knock very little feed out (they pick through it when I mix grain with pellets and they reject the pellets for their favorite grains).
A bungee cord secured around the base holds much of the feeder’s weight, as I don’t trust the tiny plastic clips to hold the feeder securely.
As long as I protect the feeder from rain, feed stays dry, even through weeks of high humidity.
I can remove the feeder from the wall easily and knock out the stuck pellets regularly.
It saves floor space.
Even though I don’t like that the feeding holes are small and my roosters bump their combs when they eat, at least their combs are touching a smooth piece of plastic rather than a rough edge.
This feeder holds lots of food.
I bought two of these mountable feeders. One is mounted on a vertical wall with the bracket provided. The other is mounted inside a covered dog crate, secured only with the plastic arms (and a bungee cord), since the arms have notches for hooking them over the wires on the crate’s wall. In other words, the second feeder is mounted just like the Wise Cage Feeder.
Dean M from Pennsylvania
Took it out of the box preparing to mount it outside by my pond and the lid and midsection would not stay together. Once mounted I filled it with feed it started leaking out where the center section and the bottom plastic snaps together. Paid good money for it and it is cheaply made and would prefer my money back. Stay away from plastic feeders stick with metal.
Kenneth F from Texas
I set up the new feeder next to my other feeder. This new feeder is installed at a higher elevation to make feeding by turkeys easier. It is to early to see if I'm having less waste. I have seen my large chicken and ducks eating from it. The coop house seems happy! I am considering getting another for the game birds.