Automatic feeders?

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brooksidepoultry
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Automatic feeders?

Post by brooksidepoultry » 26 Nov 2012, 21:44

Am I right in assuming these are the same as the ones where the birds peck & it releases food as I'm thinking of getting one if it is, does anyone know of good stockists? x
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Re: Automatic feeders?

Post by woof811 » 30 Nov 2012, 09:49

had mine for 2 yrs now and still working fine , simple homemade device that releases small amounts of feed each time its pecked , all you do is get a sealable bucket drill a 25mm hole in the bottom , pop in the paddle feeder and fill with feed - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Automatic-Chi ... 3a7c0877b0
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all now living the high life on our allotment :)

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Re: Automatic feeders?

Post by Michael56 » 12 May 2016, 10:26

I recommend to try this feeder kit.I am using this feeder since 2 years.
There is no wastage of food while birds having food.My birds are enjoying with this automatic feeder kit.
For more details about this feeder... [ link removed by MamaOwl]

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Re: Automatic feeders?

Post by MamaOwl » 13 May 2016, 08:49

Michael56 wrote:I recommend to try this feeder kit.I am using this feeder since 2 years.
There is no wastage of food while birds having food.My birds are enjoying with this automatic feeder kit.
For more details about this feeder...

Your post sounds spammy and your link was spammy... Do another spammy post and I will ban your spammy ass.

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