Since the time change and I work from 6:00-4:30, it is dark when I leave and get back home I needed a way for my flock to get food and water when I was not at home. So, I went to Lowes and just looked around. The attached pictures are what I came up with. The cost was $31.38 plus tax minus PVC glue and cleaner I had and some stainless steel screws I already had for working on my boat. 2" PVC Double WYE $7.18 3"x2" PVC Coupling $3.36 4"x3"WHT PVC S&D coupling $2.58 2" PVC 45 Elbow 2 ea $1.92 1 1/4" SCH 40 Cap $0.72 2" SCH40 Cap 2 Ea $2.54 2"x10' PVC SCH 40 Pipe $6.78 4"x10' SCH S&D Solid Pipe $8.88 $33.96 The blue pipe is Sewer and drain pipe. It is much cheaper and lighter that 4 PVC. That is the reason for to couplings to get from 2 to 4. The 1¼ cap is placed in the center to serve as a diverter. I could not find anything that was cheap and would fit. I wrapped it with a rubber band to center the plug and attach the plug with stainless screws. I also attached the blue pipe with 3 stainless screws just in case it gets stopped up. Once the diverter is in place, I glued the rest together. I measured the 4pipe so it would stick out the top of the run and attached the screws to the 4 pipe. Here is the completed feeder. I built a roof using .070 plastic that stock car racers use for skirts or nose extensions. I bent the plastic in a sheet metal brake and built legs of PVC and PVC Ts. I am also attaching a picture of the water I built using, cup waters, some PVC, clear tubing and a 2 gallon igloo thermos I bought at Lowes. I unscrewed the nozzle and replaced it with a nipple pipe thread and a plastic electrical bushing nut. Now I can water and feed anytime. I use the scoop to cover the pipe. The chickens took right to it. I just bump it a couple times spread the food.