The stand for the feeders is simple, lightweight but sturdy. Excellent design. The feeder and drinker come off easily to empty and clean and can go on in different heights.
As we have six chickens this was a great addition. It means that we have two feeding and drinking stations for the girls to choose from. Its sturdy so they can't knock it over. Highly recommend. Plus you can pick it up and carry it around if your moving your girls to free range outside in the garden. So they have fresh water and pellets if needed.
Comes in two parts that clip together easily. Takes a little while to get your head around which way they connect. Once it's together it works a charm and is really handy for when we put our chickens in their fenced area so we can put water in a shady spot.
Product does as described. Fits together nicely, easy to set up.
Once assembed excellent but it took quite a time to work out what went where etc. Instructions would have been helpful.
We moved our 2 chickens from a small area to a larger run but still wanted to use the Glug & Grub containers but the new run was not suitable to attach them to the wire netting So the Feeder Drinker Stand was perfect to attach the Glug & Grub containers.
It's a great addition for any garden. The hens love it ! We bought 2 eglu cube feeders so they all have a hole each ! If you have more there is plenty of room to get two heads in each hole at one time !
Had to seperate our girls due to fighting, so needed a stand to put the glug and grub on, it was easy to use and holds grub one side and glug the other, the girls haven't spilt their food or drink since it's been up. Clever bit of thinking.
We use this to hold the Eglu glug, grub and grit. When its raining, I place it in the centre of the run; when sunny, it's out in the garden. Fitted together in seconds and is sturdy. Its even more stable once its weighted down with water, pellets and grit. We use Omlets own grit and place it in 2 small 'cups' with hooks, onto the stand. Very good product all round.
I stood in the pen turning this thing over and over and still cannot work out how it goes together. in the end I propped it up against the extension run wall and it seems to do the job.