The Original CoopWorx Feed Silo with Adjustable Legs.
CoopWorx Feed Silo with (4) adjustable legs allow the feed ports to be set at 9", 13" or 17" from the ground. Feed Port covers are included.
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 1-3 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!
I’m loving this feeder but there is a lot of feed on the ground. I’ve been using crumbles for years but I’m going to change to pellets to hopefully have less feed on the ground. All in all it’s a great feeder.
Hi Brenda, thanks for letting us know you are seeing feed on the ground. If you will raise the height of the feeder with the telescoping legs so your chickens have to reach for the feed it will prevent them from dragging out the feed.
Please let me know how it works when you raise the height.
All the best,
This is definitely a well made feeder and they can't make a mess with the food in this feeder. I wish I would have brought one sooner.
Very well built. I can’t imagine it won’t last many years. The 18 little ladies took right to it👍🏻
I’m using this for 4 geese and 12 ducks. I set it up on a hilly area and the adjustable legs have been great for stability. Little to no waste of feed with this feeder. I will eventually purchase an additional feeder and waterer for my chickens. Very well made product.
We love our feed silos and this team has amazing customer service!! I love that the chickens cannot scratch the food on to the ground, this immediately cuts costs for me. I have now bought two more feed silos and I'm giving the water silos a try. I love the water silo idea but I haven't quite figured out how to get my chickens to use it. I would love to see an option for legs that will work for bantam chickens as well as baby chicks. In the meantime, Tom has sent us modified legs for the feeder that I use, and I put a 4" stepping stone in front of the ports on the regular feed silo and my birds quickly figured this out!!