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Simple
Easy
Cheap
Bulk feeder

Step 1: Things Needed

Piece of 3inch PVC pipe-5.50bucks
5-gallon bucket -2.50
Lid-1 buck
Elbow tee-1 buck
Cap end-.60
Coupling-.40

Step 2: Bucket Setup

Cut hole in bucket
Make sure you do at edge of bucket
So feeder will be protected from rain or snow

Step 3: Feeder Spout

The black abs piping connection was on sale at lowed 80 percent of that's why I used it
Other wise I would have bought a cap for the bottom

Step 4: PVC Pipe

3 inch
Seem to be a good size was going do 4 inch

Step 5: Slide Pipe Into Bucket

Slide pipe in hole and connect connector so pipe don't move from bucket

Step 6: Feeder Complete

Step 7: P and B Feeder

Works great
Less than 10 bucks in it
<p>Hi. </p><p>Looks good but, you have one of those for all 17 chickens?</p><p>Just wondering if they take turns or whatever, seems looks only maybe one or 2 at time could get at it.</p><p>Hows it working out pracatially?</p>
<p>Love it! totally awesome, thanks for sharing...now off to Lowes!</p>
Was finishing up new chicken tractor I built will post it up here later
<p>Looks like you have them in the garage? Why?</p>
Nope cat never touches them<br>Dog smack them around pulls feather about all
<p>does your cat kill your chickens or did you cat proof before you learned the hardway</p>
<p>This is really handy! I had chickens growing up and this would have been great!</p>
5 rooster<br>9 hens<br>3 chicks<br>17 total
So how Many chickens do you have?

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