Little Giant Galvanized Hanging Feeder, Round

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    Little Giant Outdoor Living
    Miller Manufacturing
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    Built-in hooks allow this waterer to hang off the ground to reduce spillage and soiling of water. Saves space on your hutch or coop floor, too. Gravity-feed design is easy to fill and clean. Sturdy galvanized steel has rolled edges for safety. Economical and perfect for the small flock of adult birds. 1-pint capacity.
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Recent User Reviews

  1. Abriana
    "Good for one bird"
    Pros - Easy to empty and fill
    Cons - Gets dirty easily
    Hard to clean
    I use this in my cage in my coop for my rooster who need to be warm so he doesn’t get frostbite. It works great. Hangs easily but it gets dirty really easily and it’s super hard to clean. It fills nicely and empties well too.
  2. msyfoopoo
    "Great Waterer for One Bird"
    Pros - Hangs on Cage, easy to fill & empty
    Cons - Hard to clean
    I use this for my hospital cage. It hangs up and out of the way and has no footprint (does not use up cage floor space). Easy to fill by turning upside down to fill, and then upright it to hang. It is a gravity waterer. I would not use for more than one bird nor would I use this as a feeder. Love this waterer and highly recommend.
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  3. jomoncon
    "Waste of money"
    Pros - Hanging hooks on back
    Cons - Hard to fill. It almost impossible to get the full amount of water into the container.
    This feeder is the same design as the waterer. I purchased it as a waterer and it was a total waste of money. It's too small to be of any use except for 1 or 2 chickens. The design is so poor that it cannot be filled with either water or feed without spilling almost all of it. Total waster of money. I may try to use it to feed crushed eggshells back to my girls.
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  1. Johnhutch
    I did a DIY, used a big bucket 25gallion with lid, cost was zero, put 3 holes in it placed it in an oil drip pan cost $2.65 and that's what my hens drink from... Cost effective an efficient...

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