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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.

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I like this waterer. Even if a tube fails, the others still have water in them. also, could hook it up to water catchers so that your not using your water

Great little DIY project: How to make a PVC chicken feeder - http://SurvivalistDaily.com/how-to-make-a-pvc-chicken-feeder/

How To Build A DIY PVC Self Feeding Chicken Feeder - Cheap & easy to make with off-the-shelf PVC pipe & connectors.

How to make 3 different Chicken Feeders with PVC  I am always looking to find a cheaper way to take care of my chickens. So I built these three different Chicken Feeders with some PVC to show you how to do it too. I used 3" pvc and fittings.

Some nice designs for a few PVC chicken feeders. You can probably build at least one of these with shop stuff that’s just sitting around. Type 1 Equipment: PVC long PVC long PVC 90 degree elbow 2 hole saw PVC end caps Type 2 Equipment: Hack saw […]

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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.

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.

DIY Chicken Feeder- Dremel tool to cut holes, bolt to plant stand, cone inside to distribute feed

On your small farm, use a deep litter method to compost your pine shavings, straw or hay in place in your chicken coop and keep it smelling clean.

The Easy Way to Maintain a Clean-Smelling Chicken Coop

On your small farm, use a deep litter method to compost your pine shavings, straw or hay in place in your chicken coop and keep it smelling clean.

Keeping chicken in the backyard is really fun, as you will always have fresh eggs and cute pets at home. So if you have a little free space, you could consider building a chicken coop, even though you are only having a tiny backyard. We have found a round up of chicken coop designs that [...]

22 Low-Budget DIY Backyard Chicken Coop Plans

Building A Chicken Coop - 22 Low-Budget DIY Backyard Chicken Coop Plans - Building a chicken coop does not have to be tricky nor does it have to set you back a ton of scratch.

PVC Chicken Feeder  http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/i2p7  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!

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