DIY No Waste Feeder (might try this with 5-gallon buckets instead, since I have some of those.)

DIY No-Waste feeder!

A cheap way to make a “no waste” chicken feeder for those chickens that are messy eaters. With conventional feeders, when chickens peck at the feed, they will pull out…

DIY No Waste Chicken Feeder Bin - easy to make and helps you save your feed... #chickens #homesteading

What a brilliant feed bin idea! No scrapping around and wasted feed on the floor and the feed would be kept dry in the rain (Ps not my photo)

Chicken feeder...great idea, could use a small container, like a bucket from the hardware store

Easy Backyard Chicken Coop Plans

cool idea for a chicken feeder -- put the feed bag directly into this, and then the chickens feed right out of it.

Easy PVC no spill chicken feeder. No more losing feed to chickens tossing their feed. Updated to include a little hack to prevent even more feed waste.

The best chicken feeder in the world.

Get the Right Chicken Feeder for Your Flock Keeping chickens, ducks and turkeys is a very rewarding hobby, If you have any of them I know that I am not telling you

PVC Chicken Feeder Here's a chicken feeder that's easy to fill, hard to spill, safe from non-chicken life forms, weather resistant, easy to make, and inexpensive!

PVC Chicken Feeder - Here's a chicken feeder that's easy to fill, hard to spill, safe from non-chicken life forms, weather resistant, easy to make and inexpensive!

10 DIY Chicken Feeders and Waterers for your flock!

10 DIY Chicken Feeders and Waterers

"Discover How To Easily Build An Attractive And Affordable Backyard Chicken Coop." Building your own chicken coop will be one of the best decisions you'll

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I made this chicken feeder. It is made out of 1 piece of 3 inch pipe 2 end caps and one elbow. I cut a foot piece off one end and dr.

How to Make an Automatic Chicken Feeder for Less Than $4.00

Next time you’re at the Dollar Store, grab an appetizer dish and copy this woman’s backyard idea!

how to make an automatic chicken feeder for less than 4 homesteading, how to, outdoor living

Many of us at home have a lot of old and vintage stuff that are too old to be used. Instead of throwing them, most of them can be recycled and reused with a new purpose. Maybe you’ve seen a few clever ideas how to repurpose old items in interesting and creative ways. But have […]

Top 20 Crazy Ideas to Repurpose Chicken Feeders

20 Epic DIY Chicken Feeder Re-purposing Ideas to Realize - Homesthetics - Inspiring ideas for your home.

Keep Your Backyard and Your Chicken Coop Clean With This DIY Mess-Free Bucket Chicken Feeder

How to build a mess-free chicken feeder

What is needed is a chicken feeder that has no mess, doesn’t spill out over the ground, and doesn’t clog up when the feed gets moist or wet! In fact, a feeder can be specifically used f…

Great homemade PVC pipe feeder for the chicken coop! Food funnels in from both ends.  This gives me an idea that this might work for feeding songbirds ... just make holes smaller and/or use smaller pvc pipes.

Great homemade PVC pipe feeder for the chicken coop! Food funnels in from both ends. This gives me an idea that this might work for feeding songbirds . just make holes smaller and/or use smaller pvc pipes.

Chicken feeders are insanely expensive...or maybe I'm just insanely cheap. $30+ for a bucket with holes in it just seemed wrong to me. I made this one from a Home Depot bucket bolted to a 16" plant saucer, for a total cost of about $8. If you look closely you can see openings around the bottom of the bucket (made using my trusty Dremel tool) for the feed to come out of. I left the handle on the bucket so I can hang the feeder if I want to.

Chicken feeders are insanely expensive...or maybe I'm just insanely cheap. $30+ for a bucket with holes in it just seemed wrong to me. I made this one from a Home Depot bucket bolted to a 16" plant saucer, for a total cost of about $8. If you look closely you can see openings around the bottom of the bucket (made using my trusty Dremel tool) for the feed to come out of. I left the handle on the bucket so I can hang the feeder if I want to.

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