CoopWorx Feed Silo II w/ Stake Mount Post


Need a more compact feeder that can hold up to 40 lbs. of feed?

Introducing the NEW CoopWorx Feed Silo II.

Now available with 3 interest-free payments with .

Engineered for durability, the CoopWorx Feed Silo II mounts to a single post and features six "soft touch" feed ports, integrated drip edges and a roost resistant lockable hinged lid. (See mounting instructions below).

Feed Port Covers are included. 

 Feed Capacity: Up to 40 lbs.

Construction: Rotomolded HDPE compounded with "UV-8 Stabilizer" to resist fading and rust-proof anodized 2" diameter aluminum post mount system.

Not deliverable to a P.O.Box.

Ships within 3-5 Business Days.

If CoopWorx does not become you and your chickens favorite feeder return it to us within 30-Days for a full refund.

Customer Reviews

Based on 16 reviews
Darla Hager
Love it

Best thing ever

Wendy Jublou
Very convenient

This is such a convenient way to feed my chickens! My hens adapted quickly to the new feeder. It is the perfect size for my flock of 10. It fits well inside my run. The hens don't/can't roost on top of the feeder like they did with the old traditional feeder. Pellets flow well into the ports. I love it!

Ashleigh Fernandez

Excellent product

Desiree Erb
Game changer!!!

We love our feeder. We are newer chicken owners so this is a game changer for us. There is no more waste of spilled food, no more running out to make sure they still have enough food, and no worry that other animals are getting into it. It was super easy to set up and our girls took to it so easily too. I love that ours perfectly holds a 40lb bag. Great buy and would definitely recommend!!

Our Ladies Love It

We got this silo to replace feeders I had made myself with PVC piping. The old feeders needed to be refilled twice weekly because the openings were low to the ground and chickens would spill the contents everywhere. The new silo has been fantastic. The chickens took right to it without any difficulty. Best of all, we no longer have excess feed spilled all over. We have ten chickens, I filled it up more than a week ago and it is still over half full. With the money we will save on wasted food, this silo will pay for itself.