/img] This is my homemade feeder pics. These work great, take up no floor space, and waste no feed. Instructions. Cut a 3' piece of 3" pvc pipe. I recommend schedule 40. Place a 3" x 2" Reducer on the bottom of the pipe. Mine has a 4" piece of 2" pvc next. You can eleminate this with a 2" street 90 degree elbow. Insert the small side of the 2" elbow into the bottom of the reducer. Now using a 2" 45 degree street elbow put the small side of the 45 into the bottom of the 90. Now just hang it on the wall and fill it. Caution. If the feeder is empty you need to cover the bottom so the feed won't just run thru. Once the elbows are full it will not fall out. If you place your feeder where it could get wet you will want to put a 3" cap on top to keep feed dry. Be sure to hang the feeder about back high to the chickens so they can reach in to eat but they can't bill it out on the ground. There is no need to glue the fittings together as they will stay put. This makes it easier to disassemble for cleaning. If your feeder is in a lot of direct sunlight you will need to paint it. Spray paint is good enough. This will keep the uv rays from breaking down the pvc. Hope this makes it simple for you. I'm gonna try to make a video from start to finish soon. If you have any question feel free to e-mail me.