Chook Manor

Feed-o-Matic Automatic Chicken Feeder 12kg


Chook Manor Feed-o-Matic Treadle feeders holds a whopping 12kg of pellets .  Enough feed for 8 hens for approximately 10 days.

Suitable for ALL Chicken Breeds 
4 Sizes to suit what you need: 5kg, 8kg, 12kg and 20kg.


*The large hopper ensures feed is always available and topping up is a breeze.
*No feed is exposed to the elements, so food is kept fresh and dry.

*The hopper system allows all of the oldest feed to fall through first, meaning there is      never old feed going stale, even if topping up regularly.

*The unique treadle operation of this feeder will ensure your poultry has all day access    to their favourite tucker (but not sparrows and other wild birds).

*No risk of injury with the unique treadle system which allows your poultry to walk on to the ramp which activates an inwards opening trap door, giving free access to their    feed.

*The operating system is almost silent, so unlike other treadle feeders, will not spook extra timid poultry.

*The feeder can be operated by all poultry big and small from the smallest of bantams to the largest of heavy breeds. The adjustable treadle allows for birds as little as 250 grams to open, if this is too light, then simply adjust to one of the 15 different settings.

*No feather damage to birds' necks or breasts from reaching in to deep troughs, the feed dish is shallow, so perfect for all poultry and ducks.

*Built from robust heavy gauge galvanized steel and is weather tight.

Measures approximate;
345mm wide x 495mm high x 480mm deep - including treadle.

Minor assembly required upon delivery.

We recommend giving your chooks 1 week to learn how to use their new feeder,
by placing a rock or brick onto the corner of the treadle to hold it down, this will give your chooks a chance to learn how to access the new feeder and going in and out without getting a fright. after you have seen them all using the feeder confidently you may then remove the rock, and they will know how to use the feeder.

Please remember to make sure that you have removed any other feeders and are not throwing food out to them on the ground as this will stop them from learning to use their new feeder.