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DIY Chicken Feeder Ports

DIY Chicken Feeder Ports

Regular price $27.92 USD
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Introducing the "DIY Chicken Feeder Port - The Ultimate Poultry Party Starter"! 🐔🍗

Say goodbye to those mundane chicken feeders, and get ready for an egg-citing upgrade! Our DIY Chicken Feeder Port is the ultimate feast for your feathered friends. With three ports to accommodate a chicken crowd and a saw to add some "saw-some" charm, this rainproof poultry feeder is cluckin' innovative!

Crafted for convenience and fun, it's the perfect project to unleash your DIY spirit. Grab your bucket, your creativity, and create a bespoke chicken feeder that's as unique as your flock. Now, let the chicken party begin, and watch as your hens dine in style! 🐓🎉🍴

Product material: PP + stainless steel + silicone

Versatile: Can be used with any container. Our adaptable feeder ports are available for buckets, trash cans, buckets, boxes, your choice. 
DURABLE: With an ultra-rugged and weatherproof design with a strong connection/seal, the Poultry Professional Feeder is designed to keep food dry and fresh, regardless of weather conditions. Feeders no longer break or feed soggy. 
Smart Design: Deter Rodents and Animals. Proven automatic/gravity feeding style.  It's designed to do the job with gravity, allowing for constant feeding without spills or messes that attract rodents and pests.

Size information:
Product size: 8cm in diameter and 14cm in length (3.15x5.5in)

Packing list :
3 ports + 1 rotor



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Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
Iva Schneider

Not as thick as ones found state side but they work. Easy to install. There are no directions with these. For those trying to find out where to place the rubber gasket, it goes on the outside not the inside.

Bertha Predovic

Como anunciado

Leonardo Fisher

as described

Rosa Olson

It's very good, fast delivery, the product is consistent
Does the description. Recommend!!

Cecelia Jenkins

bowl would go dry, because chicken would not push on yellow stem to fill water.