The Chooketeria is a one step self-service feeder that allows chickens the freedom to feed themselves anytime without human supervision or intervention.
An ingenious twin trough system provides space for dozens of chooks to eat at once, with features to ensure your chook's safety. Reminiscent of a kitchen pedal bin, hungry chickens simply step onto one of the foot 'pedals', which swing open the trough's aluminium lid to expose fresh chicken feed inside. Once the chooks step off, the lid closes shut automatically to keep vermin, bugs and weather out. This means you can leave the property for a few days and return to happy, healthy chickens. Can hold approximately 10kgs of feed, meaning that at 125gms of pellets a day per hen, a full All Rounder should last 8 hens up to 10 days.
Designed and manufactured in Dairy Flat, Auckland.
- Holds approximately 10kgs
- Twin Trough Self Service Poultry Feeder
- Quick and easy training programme
- Keeps food dry in all weather conditions
- Saves money by keeping out wild birds and rodents
- Chooks feed themselves, even while you're away
- Made to last: aluminium construction with stainless steel fasteners
- Proudly designed and manufactured in New Zealand
Dimensions (with lid closed): 690mm x 515mm x 190mm (DxWxH)
Dimensions (with lid open): 690mm x 515mm x 350mm (DxWxH)
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chooketeria all rounder
10 months ago2017-02-21 00:53:25
It is good and i was happy on how fast you replaced the broken one
over 2 years ago2015-10-28 21:14:26
Such a good product. Easy to assemble. Good to fill with their food. Only thing was the pegs supplied. Didn't stay in place and kept falling out. No worries. Used huge bulldog clips. So good now the girls know how to use it. Best part - NO more birds.
over 2 years ago2015-10-09 02:27:59
Saved me a fortune on feed as the sparrows were eating most of it before. Only criticism is that when the lid drops down it's quite noisy and tends to frighten the chickens. A good idea would be to attach a pice of rubber to the rim, so when the lids drops down thwe noise is softened.