CoopWorx Feed Silo II w/ X-Base


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 on a portable X-base and features six "soft touch" feed ports, integrated drip edges and a roost resistant lockable hinged lid.

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 5 reviews
Kathleen Wallace
Love it!

I can tell we are using less feed with this feeder. I was suspecting either a squirrel or rodent was getting in the feed because we were going through way too much feed for 8 chickens. My only regret is not getting an even bigger one that holds more feed. The chickens love it!

Hi Kathleen,

I am glad to hear your CoopWorx is helping you save on wasted feed. Thanks for the feedback.


Teresa Tuomey
Extremely Happy

8 inches of snow heavy wind and it stood tall even though my fencing fell.

Francine Clave
Glad I bought it!

Very well made. Super simple to assemble, really simple. Sturdy, easy to fill, easy to check, the girls LIKE IT. Nice folks to work with. Highly recommend it. Worth the money.

Hi Francine,

Thanks for the photo and the review. I am glad to hear you are happy with your CoopWorx Feed Silo!


Barbara Miller
Amazing product!

This is one of the BEST products I have had the pleasure of using. Keeps food dry and tamper-free.
Thank you!!!


I had been looking at different feeders for my hens. I don’t keep food in the coop & bulk storage feeder works better for me. I broke down & ordered it. Needless to say I was not disappointed. The girls learned quickly to use it & never finished their food from their other feeders. I will eventually add another to put in their other run.