Dine A Chook Chicken Feeder is now available in the USA. Made in Australia, it uses the latest molding in ASA plastics; Globally, Dine A Chook is praised as one if not the most robust, most durable chicken feeder available. With over 50,000 Dine A Chook feeders in backyard farms across the globe, you aren’t just buying a feeder; you are becoming part of the Dine A Chook family. All our feeders are shipped by express so you can have one in as little as 3-4 days.
Small Chicken Feeder by Dine a Chook:
- Australian Made Quality
- 6lbs feed capacity
- Save money instantly – Stops feed wastage
- Feed up to 4 Chickens for four days
- 21″ height – great for small hen houses with a height restriction
- Rain Gutter System to keep feed dry
- Prevent mold in feed
- Rear Moulded Hooks
- Watertight Cover Lid
- Includes Bonus Mounting Kit with Screws and Steel brackets
- Includes free express shipping
If your flock is larger, consider our Large Dine A Chook feeder
Why you need our Small Chicken Feeder?
The Dine A Chook revolutionary chicken feeders have ten years of engineering behind it. Today, we sell Dine A Chook feeders globally in Australia, New Zealand. Genuine Dine a Chook brand Small Chicken Feeders also have a huge following in the United Kingdom and USA. Only a Dine A Chook automatic chicken feeder tackles all the known problems other chicken and poultry feeders have. We use UV treated, ASA industrial-grade plastic, made to withstand the harshest elements. Say goodbye to rust and parts that fatigue. Dine A Chook has nothing that will rust and no moving parts to break or wear out. It will outlast and outperform all other chicken feeders.
What’s the difference between ASA plastic and PVC?
Over the course of time, a PVC chicken feeder is prone to become brittle. This can cause it to crack easily. Plastic made from ASA is ideal for outdoor elements. ASA is less prone to cracking or brittleness. ASA is also better suited to the extremes of UV as well as hot and cold temperatures.
Better Chicken Health tips
Do you love your hens? We have a great new blog for everything you need to know about keeping backyard chickens. Learn all the tips and tricks so you can have healthier, happier hens in the coop. Visit the Dine A Chook Blog