I use something similar to this. Not my picture. Google "5 gallon chicken waterer" for lots of ideas.
I got my 5 gallon water containers from the dump (3) and one from the side of the road. If dented, fill with water and drop from 6" to pop the dents out. Works like a charm.
The feeder uses the 3" PVC 90 degree elbows. They work great. I put 6 around a 5 gallon bucket with a screw lid. Friction fit only. Had to silicone them to keep the water out. My feeder sits out in run. Easy peasy. Although the hole saw cost $40 and the elbows $4 each. I've made 3 feeders and 2 waterers. So since everything else was free, call it $6-10 each?
Utube will have a bunch of videos too. Plan on losing your weekend, if you utube ideas...
Google search DIY chicken feeders and there will be pages of different types.
Once you find a type that you like, search that particular one and you will find some that like it and some that hate it. Some work for some hens and not for others.
Awesome ideas. I like to be able to feed all the chickens all at once. We made up several feeders out of vinyl gutter material, cut to 3 feet length and capped with untreated cedar
to form feed troughs. We also made legs to hold the troughs out of the litter.
They are sadly coming to the end of their utility. Any other suggestions?