Trigger Happy Feeder
Not really a feeder but an inexpensive device that you purchase and install in a bucket. The trigger fits in a hole, chickens peck at the device, and it moves around and dribbles feed down on to the floor or in a pan you place under the bucket. The problem is that wild birds and rats quickly learn to jump up and hit the trigger and spill feed on the ground.
Roamwild Pest Off Rat Proof Chicken Feeder
Oh dear… this is one of the worst feeders out on the market and to say otherwise would be wrong. It is a plastic contraption with a metal guard and it has a host of problems and why Amazon allows it to be sold despite the poor reviews and returns is unknown. Originally a UK product, made in China, it is being dumped on the U.S. market to clear their inventory. The price keeps dropping though…
No Waste Chicken Feeder
It is pretty tough figuring out what the name of this feeder is so we went with what was printed on the feeder. It is called a very long hyphenated name ending with -Grain in Bucket-. It is sold on Amazon and on the company’s own website and basically it is a square plastic bucket with some PVC elbows. If it isn’t looking good so far, well it gets worse. And it sells for $59.95, for a bucket with PVC elbows stuck in it. Worse, chickens have to put their entire head and neck into the thing to eat way down in the dark.
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