Quote:Great!! I love my feeder. It is so light weight. Not heavy at all. Whenever I want to move it because of the weather, I just pick it up and place under my raised coop. I am have 2 more of them built. I have 0 waste. The sides are so high that nothing spills out and the animals can't get in to kick any feed out. And as you said, it's a great money saver. I really like the PVC feeder of yours kuntry, did you design them and have someone build them for you? Thank you. I came up with the design myself. I came about this idea because of how many animals I have. I knew that I had to have a "buffet line" type of feeding system and that meant I needed a long trough like feeder. And I needed something that I could place anywhere in the chicken yard and not have the chickens or ducks get inside to kick feed out. Also, I needed to be able to pick the feeder up and place under my raised covered coop to protect the feeder from the rain. I told my ideas to my builder and he built what I wanted. I love them. They hold feed all day long. I fill up once a day or every other day depending on how much they eat. As far as the weather, I know in advance when it is going to rain so I always pick up the feeders so they don't get wet. When the weather is nice, I keep the feeders in the chicken yard.