1 Quart Plastic Feeder is constructed of heavy duty polyethylene. Base features 8 openings with ribs to minimize feed spillage. Base and Jar is included. Great for school projects and home use for new baby chicks.
Cons - The bottom part comes apart way too easily, it gets top heavy, so chicks roost on it and tip it over.
I have about 4 of these, they are handy for raising chicks, but not to be used for chickens over 8 weeks. It empty's quickly, so I fill up the mason jar for the top, AND the bottom part at the same time, then slowly ease them together and then quickly slam them together so feed does not go everywhere, and it lasts a good bit longer, but still not as long as I wish. I got the red because the chicks are attracted to it and peck at it more than they might other colors. I have dropped feed many a time because the bottom part is forever falling apart.
It was only $3.75 and it will probably last for years, or even a lifetime. The plastic is thick and durable, so it is hard to break. A+ for durability! The top jar and the base screw apart and the top of the base can be pulled off as well to make the feeder easy to clean. The holes that the chicks eat through are also a good size and help keep the chicks from stepping in the feed and from scratching bedding into it as well. The only problem I currently have with the feeder is the sometimes the food doesn't fall into the base on it's own and the feeder needs to be tapped on a counter to provide feed. If you have the time to tap the feeder on a counter every once and a while I would definatly recommend this feeder to you!