How to Make an Automatic Chicken Feeder for Less Than $4.00
A great alternative to an expensive automatic feeder, a recycled bucket and dollar store tray gets the job done. Total cost of materials $3.80 and about 30 minutes can offer a thrifty solution for an automatic feeder.
Materials: Food Grade bucket Bolts, Washers, Nuts Purchased from Hardware Store Plastic Appetizer Dish
Fill bucket with feed and hang in chicken coop. See Feeder in Action. For complete instructions: http://multitaskingmaven.com/automaticchickenfeeder
We get a lot of questions about alternative uses for this feeder, while we have not used it for other animals, a lot of our readers have! Be sure to see the feeder in action. It has been three years and our feeder is still in use feeding our girls every day.
- Bucket (Dish)
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