DIY PVC Chicken Feeder

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A PVC chicken feeder is a great DIY project for backyard chicken owners. PVC pipe is inexpensive, durable, and easy to work with, making it the perfect material for building a feeder that will last for years. Here's a guide on how to make a PVC chicken feeder:


  • PVC pipe (4 inches in diameter and 6 inches long)
  • PVC end cap
  • PVC glue
  • Saw
  • Drill
  • Hole saw (1 inch)


  1. Cut the PVC pipe to the desired length. A 4-inch diameter pipe that is 6 inches long works well for most chicken breeds.

  2. Use a hole saw to drill a 1-inch hole in the center of one end of the PVC pipe. This will be the opening where the chickens will access the feed.

  3. Glue the PVC end cap to the end of the pipe opposite the hole. This will keep the feed inside the feeder and prevent it from spilling out.

  4. Allow the glue to dry completely before using the feeder.

  5. Once the glue is dry, you can hang the feeder in the coop or run. Make sure to place the feeder at a comfortable height for the chickens to reach.

  6. Fill the feeder with feed and observe the chickens using it. If you notice that the feed spills out of the hole, you can use a small piece of mesh or wire to cover it.

  7. Clean the feeder regularly to prevent mold and bacteria growth.

This simple PVC chicken feeder is easy to make and will provide your chickens with a reliable and durable feeding station. It's also easy to customize the size to suit your needs, and you can make several feeders for your flock. Additionally, PVC is easy to clean and maintain and will last you a long time.

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