4 sizes to suit your requirements: 5kg, 8kg, 12kg and a 20kg capacity.
Training takes approx. a week. We recommend not feeding the chooks anywhere else or out of any other feeders whilst in training so they learn to use their new feeder. Try placing a stone on the treadle for the first 3 or 4 days so they learn where the food is, then remove the weight and let them learn to stand on the treadle to expose the feed. They will quickly get the hang of it. To keep the best flow into the feed trough we recommend using a small even-sized pellet in these feeders like the Westons Peak layer pellets. Dry mash due to its powdery consistency will require regular cleaning out to keep the flow moving. Please note the slot at the base of the hopper can be adjusted to regulate the flow of feed. We recommend letting your chooks empty it out regularly so the fine dust that builds up with both pellets and mash can be cleaned out.
Dimensions (approximate) :
5kg - 260mm wide x 400mm high x 480mm deep - including treadle
8kg - 275mm wide x 470mm high x 480mm deep - including treadle
12kg - 345mm wide x 495mm high x 480mm deep - including treadle
20kg - 345mm wide x 660mm high x 480mm deep - including treadle
Minor assembly required upon delivery.
The team gave me great advice on how to look after our chook, will be back!
I'm very happy with this feeder, especially that the rain can't get in and make the feed wet. My chooks figured it out quickly.
We have had a problem with the int we bought. The grain was not flowing into the feeder and upon investigation we found one of the wing nuts had come undone. That one was in place when we received it. We now need a replacement wing nut because the one that has come out cannot be found! Can you please send another. I’m sure once it is sorted the unit will work for us!
Very good, saves the chickens waiting at the door to be fed every morning. They learnt very fast and even the Peking ducks have figured it out now. Stops sparrows eating the grain as well
Great two nervous hens feed happily from this feeder