Do your birds toss their head around, billing out much of the feed?
Do your birds kick dirt into the feeder?
Is your feeder on the ground or installed at a height that they are pooping into the feeder?
Do you leave food out only to have it soaked by rain and then go moldy?
We use a recycled 4 gallon pail that was headed to the landfill and outfit it with our 90 degree, flanged overflow port. Now your poultry feed is kept dry with much less being billed out onto the ground. When elevated to a comfortable height for your poultry this feeder keeps feed clean and poop free.
Poultry Bucket Feeder requires minimal assembly.
A phillips head screw driver is all that will be needed to complete the assembly. You will place the elbow through the hole in the side of the container and then screw the screws to secure it in place.
4 gallon container holds over 20 pounds of food
9" x 9" x 13" tall (approximately)
Lid is pressure fit
Carry Handle may be metal or plastic
Weather shield over opening
These are used containers that held food or other non-toxic products.
What's in the box?
4 gallon container
90 degree elbow
NEW!! Now includes Gasket
What's it look like inside?
We have removed the top so you can see inside. The elbow reaches nearly to the middle of the 4 gallon container. The elbow is installed above the floor of the poultry feeder so a limited amount of grain can be gotten to.
Yes we offer a 2 sided feeder. The elbows are offset so nearly all the feed on the bottom of the container is accessible in the 4 gallon container.
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We have been contacted by many folks that have seen several videos featuring this flanged overlow outlet for use in making a chicken feeder. One of the better how to is on YouTube by Rob Bob