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DINE-a-CHOOK Chicken Feeder PVC

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Model
Dine a Chook 4.7 Litre Feeder
Capacity
4.7 Litre
Price
$49.95 AU
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The Dine-a-Chook 4.7 Litre PVC chicken feeder is the latest generation feeder made by Dine-a-Chook which claims to finally be TRULY NO MESS. 

The Dine-a-Chook 4.7 Litre PVC chicken feeder is the latest generation feeder made by Dine-a-Chook which claims to finally be TRULY NO MESS. This is a big claim because their earlier feeders were certainly not mess free and my old one is now in the tip because my hens raked out more feed onto the ground than they ate!

Nevertheless, we can only take their word for it so if you do own this feeder please take the time to write your review because it really will be valuable to many others.

Apparently, this "no spill and no waste" PVC chicken feeder took over 4 years to plan and develop so for a humble chicken feeder that sure is some effort and I sincerely hope this model works as suggested.      

Operation 

Made from PVC the feeder works like a silo whereby the feed stored in the tube is accessed by the chickens through the feed chamber in the base. This newly designed feed chamber now has a keel at the front which prevents the birds from raking out the feed over the ground. 

Feed needs to be dry pellets or grain as it obviously will not function if the feed chamber is damp or the feed is wet.

The feeder can be easily hung and refilled plus it no longer requires the optional storm cover as this new design has been tested in tropical rain and shown not to require extra protection from storms.

Holds enough feed to accommodate 7 chickens for 4 days and is suitable for up to 8 hens.   

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