During these uncertain times, it’s understandably a worry when you have shop for the farm or pick up feed. I want to pass some reassurance your way and give TSC (Tractor Supply Co.) a big thumbs up for having online shopping with curbside pick-up. I was able to get everything I needed, called when I arrived to the store and my order (a truck load) was brought out by an employee who put it all in my truck! No worries, shop TSC if you have one in your neck of the woods.
Right at about two weeks old, baby chicks start knocking out the food in their feeders. It then ends up in the trash after they either poop on it, or we toss it when replacing shavings during our daily cleaning ritual.
Completely fed up with wasting feed, and money, I came up with this super easy solution. The chicks are still going to knock out their feed, that’s a given. But at least the feed can now be salvaged. ”
This feeder is merely resting on the bottom tray of an ordinary chicken drinker, raised to just a tad lower than the chick’s back. The feeder can be hung at any height, either way, the drinker base is a great catch-all for spilled feed. These chicks are two weeks old, as you can see they are not having any difficulty accessing their feed.
Have, or Expecting Baby Chicks?
Don’t forget to keep their fuzzy bums clean! Pasting up is common in baby chicks, especially shipped birds, and it can be fatal. Learn More