Large Chicken Feeder

Large Chicken Feeder

Suitable for: Heavier poultry such as laying hens and also larger flocks. Will feed 12 chickens for 10 days.

Size: 15.7 x 21.7 x 24.8 inches
Feed Capacity: 18kg / 40lb

USD$275.00 + shipping and handling



The feeder can be used by chickens, bantams, and pheasants. 

Using with lighter birds

For very light birds or bantams which are too light for the feeder, it is very easy to adjust the feeder by putting a small weight on the tread plate. Do not use with baby chickens as they may get caught when bigger birds step off.

How many chickens can feed at once?

A large feeder can have 4-5 chickens eating together at one time. Because of its larger capacity, we recommend the large feeder for flocks of a dozen or more birds.


The product comes almost fully assembled, just fasten the treadplate on and you're ready to go.
The whole product fits easily into your car for transport.

Feed Size

A large feeder can hold 18kg/40lb feed: generally will feed 12 hens for 10 days.

Training birds

The feeders come with 2 training bolts to limit movement and instructions for their use: 2 settings with one week on each setting.

Feed Types

The Feeders are suitable for all dry feeds.


  • Hinged lid prevents access by sparrows, rats, mice, and other pests.
  • Easy-access lid prevents rain ruining your feed.
  • Sturdy metal construction provides trouble-free operation for years.
  • Large storage area holds approx 9kg/20lb(standard feeder) or 18kg/40lb (large feeder) of poultry feed.
  • Aluminium, textured tread plate.
  • High quality galvanised finish built to last in tough, outdoor conditions.
  • Sick and tired of feeding sparrows?
  • Free up your weekends! Suitable for chickens, bantams, and pheasants.

Suitable for: Heavier poultry such as laying hens and also larger flocks. Will feed 12 chickens for 10 days.

Shipping and Handling Fees

Postage & Handling

Standard Feeder Freight
Large Feeder Freight

Shipping fees are per item.
Shipping Policy

Assembly Instructions

Download the operational and training instructions for the standard and large Grandpa's Feeders.

Assembly Instructions


"I put my feeder in the yard and after a few minutes of initial wariness they started eating out of it and haven't looked..." - Sandy Phillips - Camden, Arkansas