Poultry Bucket Feeder - Parts

This is really just one set of parts that have been reconfigured and installed in a 4-gallon container.

Poultry bucket feeder part

We've created a step-by-step set of images to walk you through the process of building your own feeder with the parts you see in the image.

Basic step-by-step images to make your own poultry bucket feeder. Use your bucket and our fittings.

Poultry bucket feeder 2 holes 2 sided Poultry Bucket Feeder

Poultry bucket feeder 2 holes 1 side Poultry Bucket Feeder

Poultry bucket feeder for ducks Yes, even ducks can use this bucket feeder!

Poultry bucket feeder - drill hole for elblow

  • The bottom edge of the drill bit should be about 1.5 to 2 inches up from the floor of the poultry feeder bucket.

  • The ideal hole size is 3.75 inches. Some folks are using a 4-inch hole saw to cut their hole. If you cut a 4-inch hole, you must make sure you center the elbow in that hole!
Poultry bucket feeder - mark the holes in the elbow flange

  • Place the elbow through the hole and make sure the elbow is facing down towards the bottom of the poultry feeder bucket.
  • Make sure you are centered in the big hole.
  • Drill just 2 small pilot holes.
  • Put screws in the 2 holes and tighten.
  • Drill the balance of the pilot holes and install the rest of the screws.
Poultry bucket feeder - install Weather Guard

  • Weather Guard is a tight friction fit. No glue or screws necessary.
Poultry bucket feeder - install Weather Guard

  • Fill with feed and call your flock over and introduce them to their new poultry feeder.

Poultry bucket feeder -cut away viewPoultry Feeder Cut away view

We have developed a great site for this backyard poultry feeder and many other poultry related items. Follow this link to MuddyHillFarm.com

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