Like to build your own Dine-a-Chook? Like the design so much that your going to spend the next couple of days tracking down the right parts, and then assemble something that won't perform as well as the original?
The perfect solution for DIY enthusiasts is right here!
The Dine-a-Chook Chicken feeder has quickly become a household name and is the standard by which gravity poultry feeders are assessed.
Every week more and more backyard poultry enthusiasts are reaping huge feed cost savings by using our feeder.
Our buying power enables us to provide you with a complete, tested and proven high quality head at a lower cost than if you where to build a copy of the original yourself. Your time to source the parts and assemble is not included. How much is your time worth? Regularly we are asked to supply multiple units to farms and breeders who then add their own length of pipe to suit their own specific application.
Buying the COMPLETED head assembly offers the following benefits
Manufactured to original PROVEN TESTED “Dine-a-Chook” Design
Cheaper, easier and infinitely more convenient than buying parts and attempting to build your own.
Guaranteed for life
Every unit is manufactured in our own quality controlled workshop to ensure accuracy and attention to detail is not compromised.
Totally AUSTRALIAN MADE BY AUSTRALIANS FOR AUSTRALIANS and any one else who doesn't like feed to be wasted
We recommend when installing your own length of pipe that you do not exceed 500mm. Should 500 mm be exceeded there is a remote possibility that the weight of the feed will cause compaction and the feed may not flow as designed.
Posted by Ben S (Victoria) on 1st Jul 2012
checking out this site for sometime now, thought I would build a number of these for my six pens. Having gone to the Reece for the parts I would have only saved a few bucks and then I still had to cut it out. These are very good value if you have a bit of pipe laying around. Thanks again!
Posted by Dave, West of Mackay Qland on 26th Mar 2012
I am not into posting on forums or leaving reviews however I would like to share my thoughts with you Ryan
I purchased my first Dine-a-chook feeder about 5 months ago. When I got it I immediately thought what a good idea, set it up and it works exactly as the you told me. I have about 60 chooks and after a few weeks trial I said to Sally (wife) we need some more of these, the amount of feed we are saving is a real bonus. Being the old bushy that I am, I decided to take the thing apart and replicate it. I gets myself a parts list and off we go on our trip to town about 40k away. (Hello the savoir of all bushies, Bunning's). What a surprise by the time I had priced the parts the glue etc., took in the travel cost and time to build them Sally simply said you are wasting your time just buy 5 more.
To my point. What is to be gained by one of our fellow chook lovers stripping and exposing the idea behind what has to be the best bird feeder I have ever seen. Profit from someone else's hard work and time. Or is he simply the man in the crowd at the magic show who jumps up and says “I know how he did that.” Come on you lot, we are not from Asia we are Aussies. Ok we like to have a go at things, but this thing is so good that if you do choose to make one yourself you should send Dine-a Chook the $10-00 lousy dollars you will save for utilizing such a brilliant idea. It will be a very small donation for the feed you will save down the track.
Well done Ryan and thank you for all of your great advice, I wish you the best of luck with your en devours