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PVC chicken feeder adjustment

PVC chicken feeder.

The recent storm we had was heavy enough to flood my new PVC chicken feeder.

I adjusted it to a drier location and added some side protection.



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Comment by Rose Hamilton Sat May 27 17:57:40 2017
I just had a thought about your PVC chicken feeder. Yours is white, but I see a lot of feeders using black ABS pipe. I'm gonna guess that the black ABS pipe gets a lot hotter and has less issues with moisture accumulation. Maybe you need to paint yours black or switch to black ABS.
Comment by Ross Mon Jul 24 11:37:37 2017





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