The Cheap Chick Feeder

  1. TexasOutdoorGuy
    The other day I had just hatched some quail and chickens, so I wanted something to hold more feed than a jar. This was made soon after.....

    Supplies:
    3 in PVC Pipe: about $10 (for 10 ft)
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    3 in X 2 in PVC Reducing Coupling: about $4
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    Baby Chick Feeder: about $4
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    1st: Push the Reducer in to the Feeder.
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    2nd: Cut the PVC to desired length.

    3rd: Push PVC in to Reducer.
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    4th: Add Feed and Put in Brooder!
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    This feeder allows for you to have more food for your chicks. Sorry if some else already posed this, but I made this up in my mind. Next time I will glue everything together. This is a really easy and cheap project for a chick feeder. Hope this helps! ​


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  1. Jorjfdjungle
    Great idea. I was just wondering how to make mine where I didn't have to keep turning it upside down to fill it up. Thanks for posting.
  2. TexasOutdoorGuy
    This is great for chicks and full grown quail.

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