Raising chickens is not an exclusive thing for farmers, anymore. With a lot of people deciding to have their own food home-grown, the choice for having a small chicken farm is the most cost-effective. The chicken coop is something you should take time to consider because this part will be one of the most important things you must take care in your chicken growing adventure. The other important aspect is feeding your chickens; that’s where a feeder comes in handy. One such device might cost you quite a bit if acquired from the specialized store, so you might want to opt for the DIY version. In the following project, a few PVC pipes and some PVC caps were used to build a working chicken feeder. Its capacity is 10 lbs. and will prove quite useful. Follow the detailed instructions in order to make a DIY chicken feeder out of PVC. The project will prove simple and much cheaper than other solutions. Good luck on your work!
Here’s an example of PVC Chicken Feeder featured by “Preparing Of Shft” Team.
1 – 4″ PVC Cap
1 – 3″ PVC Cap
1 – 2″ PVC pipe 2 foot length (only ended up needing less than 5 inches)
1 – 4″ PVC pipe 2 foot Length
1 – 4″ PVC 3-way Sanitary Tee
1 – 4″ Clean Out Plug
1 – 4″ PVC DWV Street Spigot x FIPT Female Adapter
1 – 2″ PVC DWV Hub x MIPT Male Adapter
2 – 1/8″ hole saw
Dremel tool or file
All instructions are in the link below…