PVC Pipe Chicken Feeder
I made this chicken feeder. It is made out of 1 piece of 3 inch pipe 2 end caps and one 90° elbow. I cut a 1.5 foot piece off one end and drilled 1.75 inch holes with a door knob style hole cutter. I fit them together and stuck it through the hole in the chicken wire resting it on the bottom. I attached it to the 2"x4" with a metal strap with a piece of 1"x3"x 4" spacer made of scrap wood. I put a handle on the top of the top end cap.for easy removal and easy filling. Chickens are already…
What a brilliant feed bin idea!!! No scrapping around and wasted feed on the floor and the feed would be kept dry in the rain (Ps not my photo)
DIY Chicken Feeder NO MESS Bulk Cheap & Easy to Do!
Stop the waste, so far it is working great. They still pick through and pull out the feed, but now it falls back in the feeder, and not on the ground.
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How to Build a Chicken Feeder
Learn to build a chicken feeder, and feed your flock without encouraging mold or supporting the local mouse and starling populations.
Someday when we get our hobby farm... We are doing this... Chicken feeder! by ch... - Chicken Recipes
Someday when we get our hobby farm… We are doing this… Chicken feeder! by ch… Someday when we get our hobby farm… We are doing this… Chicken feeder! by christina carrera
Rodent resistant chicken feeder.
These chickens have been using this feeder for about three days and have the hang of it! The door comes down slowly and does not trap the hens. Has reduced w...
DIY Chicken Feeder for Brooder, Infirmary or Maternity Ward
I ran out of chicken feeders recently and had an ah-ha! moment that led me to create feeders from recycled plastic bottles. For a variety of reasons including frostbite, quarantine, feather picking injuries and brooding new baby chicks, I have had a basement full of chickens in rabbit cages, dog ...