There are many PVC chicken feeders out there.. what is unique about ours? It is simple and inexpensive and it works great!
Initially we built a feeder with a Y at the bottom that feed both left and right- but it kept getting clogged. We found this design to work the best.
We also have a YouTube video showing this here:
The plan is very simple as seen in the drawing above. Consider purchasing THINWALL PVC. For me it was about half the cost and more than strong enough for this purpose.
Measure the area you plan to place the feeder. My feeder was 53 inches high by 24 inches for the feeding area. So I made two cuts into the 10 foot piece of PVC. You can use a hacksaw or a sawzall. I used the sawzall.