COOPWORX FEED SILO (80 lb. Capacity)

CWFS-80-A4

Large 80 lb. Capacity CoopWorx Feed Silo 

CoopWorx features a rust proof, rugged rotomolded body with a roost resistant, lockable hinged lid and an elevated design to prevent scratch-out and drip edges around the body of the feeder and feed ports to keep feed dry in the rain.

Your choice of mounting option is included with your Feed Silo.

Four Telescoping Legs

CoopWorx Feed Silo with (4) adjustable legs allow the feed ports to be set at 9", 13" or 17" from the ground.

Stake Mount or X-Base Telescoping Post Option

The rodent resistant single post stake mount option includes a telescoping single post allows feed ports to be set at 13", 15.5" or 18" from the ground.

The X-Base mount is very rodent resistant and includes telescoping single post with and X-Base for use on level ground. Telescoping single post mount allows height changes from 13", 15.5" or 18" from the ground. 

Capacity: Up to 80 lbs. of feed.

Shipping: UPS Ground, individually packaged Package size: 20" x 20" x 25" • Actual Wt: 20 lbs. • DIM Wt: 61 lbs.

Not deliverable to a P.O. Box

Ships within 3-5 Business Days.

If you and your chickens are not completely satisfied with your CoopWorx Feed Silo, simply return it within 30 days for a full refund!

If you see any feed on the ground try raising your feeder higher to make your flock reach for the feed to prevent feed waste from drag-out.

INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS: Please be aware of any import duties, fees or tariffs you may be responsible for paying per your country.

Customer Reviews

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Jen
Investment, but WORTH IT

We were constantly walking up and down hills to fill our galvanized feeders. Additionally, our flock of 30 would somehow figure out a way to make the feeders fall apart and I found myself using baling wire to hold them together. We splurged on the budget and decided to try out the Coopworx feeder. It has been a game changer! Not only are our kids not having to dodge the goats while carrying feed on the rocky hill to get to the chicken area, we are saving so much in feed costs. We have been able to extend a bag of feed an additional week past what we previously would use. We have a stepping stone for our bantams and even our sweet crossbeak can get what she needs. If you are debating on getting this feeder, don't hesitate another minute! Now we are looking forward to purchasing the waterer.

Hi Jen, It is always great to hear from happy customers! Thanks for taking the time to let us know how your feeders are working out for you. Thanks, Tom

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Amy Shaffer
All new to us and our new coop!

Our young brood is super excited to start using both the Coopworx water and feed silos. We ordered both because we wanted our girls to have access to food and water without the worry and fuss to fill their feeding and watering troughs all the time. We love the look and durability of both. We are still working on training our girls to use both. They are only 9 weeks old and transitioning to something new has always been something they are cautious about! The water trough has small nozzles for them to use which was new to them. There will be less leaking once they are use to this new approach. Also the feeding trough has an additional edge to protect food from falling out too. I like thus design feature. We are excited for the girls to use both!

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Lisa Miller

Sturdy and allows me to not lug heavy feed bags uphill to my hens.

Hi Lisa, thanks for the feedback. I am glad to hearCoopWorxt is making tending to your chickens easier!
Tom

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lisa baker
Coopwork 80lb feeder

I love my new coopwork feeder!! I was having a problem with alot of wasted food and this feeder has no waste!!! My chickens love it and so do I!!

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Frances Dauster
decent. needs smaller food openings

food openings are so big a lot of feed is lost by chickens scooping. i've had to resort to raising it so high chickens have to reach high in order to get food which i am not happy about... i have a short chicken and a banty, so i have to put a cinder block so they can jump up and eat.

Hi Francis, thanks for the comments. Did raising the height stop your larger birds from dragging out the feed? Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help. You can call or text me at 910-233-0502 cell.

Thanks,
Tom