This is my review on the Dine-a-Chook chicken feeder.
The Dine-a-Chook is a tube chicken feeder made from standard PVC. Besides the bonza name choice, it's also a very clever design and made from standard parts anyone could find in a hardware plumbing section. Nevertheless, it would take a fair amount of skill and time to actually make one of these tube feeders from scratch - that's why I bought mine (from eBay).
Measuring 790 mils high and holding 4 kgs of feed the Dine-a-Chook chicken feeder should keep a small flock of birds fed for several days. It's totally water proof and also comes with a storm cover (fitting is optional) if you live in a high rainfall area or want some extra protection to stop heavy rain from splashing into the feed mouth.
Filling the Dine-a-Chook is pretty easy - just remove the top lid and pour the feed into the tube. The feed is dispensed through a channel at the bottom of the tube mouth as the chickens peck and eat.
The maker is an Australian business who I'm sure started this as a bit of a hobby build and sell (I think from memory he's a plumber). Regardless, they sell and ship to anywhere in the world according to their eBay description. Their actual eBay store is here.
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