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Chicken water feeder

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inside of chicken coop | Backyard Chicken Lady: DIY Chicken Feeder ~ Easily Make it Yourself ...

One thing I hear quite often from backyard chicken keepers is the complaint that their chickens either poop in the feed dish or spill it all over the place. Since I'm starting out with new chicks, I wanted to start out on the right foot by finding a feeder that would not allow them to get into it or onto it to poop in the food and I certainly didn't want them spilling it on the ground. Feed is rather inexpensive, but not so much that you can afford to lose half of it to waste. So once again…

DIY 5 Gallon Water Jug Chicken Feeders - and waterer too... #chickens #homestead #homesteading

Show me a chicken farmer who hasn't tried different feeders or waterers, and I will smack them hard on the head. In fact, just forward them links to some of the ones I have shared on this blog such as the diy trough style chicken feeder, diy chicken nipple waterer and diy plastic bucket chicken

How to Build an Automatic Chicken Waterer — Designs by Danielle · Creating As I Go

Before leaving on a 10-day camping trip, I filled up the water dish for the chickens…and grumbled the entire time. I really wanted some kind of large reservoir…so the online research began! Here’s how I built an automatic chicken waterer.

I made this chicken feeder. It is made out of 1 piece of 3 inch pipe 2 end caps and one 90° elbow. I cut a 1.5 foot piece off one end and dr...

I made this chicken feeder. It is made out of 1 piece of 3 inch pipe 2 end caps and one 90° elbow. I cut a 1.5 foot piece off one end and drilled 1.75 inch holes with a door knob style hole cutter. I fit them together and stuck it through the hole in the chicken wire resting it on the bottom. I attached it to the 2"x4" with a metal strap with a piece of 1"x3"x 4" spacer made of scrap wood. I put a handle on the top of the top end cap.for easy removal and easy filling. Chickens are already…