Chicken feeders are insanely expensive...or maybe I'm just insanely cheap. $30+ for a bucket with holes in it just seemed wrong to me. I made this one from a Home Depot bucket bolted to a 16" plant saucer, for a total cost of about $8. If you look closely you can see openings around the bottom of the bucket (made using my trusty Dremel tool) for the feed to come out of. I left the handle on the bucket so I can hang the feeder if I want to.
Sometimes it almost feels like my girls get the most attention on the homestead. That is however not accurate, they just allow me to experiment a lot more with a few different new ideas. After the last attempt at the diy chicken coop sanitizer, later on this week I want to have a go at
This is surely the simplest chicken feeder ever! This DIY PVC Feeder is a must for your chicken coop, which helps preventing chickens scooping the feed out of the feeder and it’s so easy to make. This will make your life so much easier and save money, cool? (Image: Backyard Chickens) Let’s go further to […]