Materials and Size: The chicken veggies fork with chain is made of stainless steel, the fork is about 7.87inches long, and the chain is about 11.81inches long. Long enough to skewer a cabbage or a lettuce for your chickens or other large medium birds, for example African Grey Macaws.
Design: This chicken veggies feeder is designed as a skewer with hanging chain and hook, can be hung in coop easily. Hanging design prevent chickens step on the food, keep the vegetables and fruits clean and fresh. A group of chickens gather around a hanging cabbage, fighting to peck at it and enjoying themselves.
How to Use: Unscrew the bottom screws, skewer tomato, Apple, cabbage corn or other vegetables fruits what your chickens like, then tighten the screws and hang the vegetable fork in the proper place.
Function:Chicken food Holder not only stimulates chickens' natural foraging, gathering and fighting behavior, but also provides a source of entertainment for chickens to vent their emotions, relieving the pressure. A good toy for hens,parrot,birds.
Reducing Waste Food: Unwanted or broken fruits and vegetables can be used as afternoon tea for your pet and to find what fruit pet likes and doesn't.
MXCELL Stainless Steel Hanging Bird Feeders
Hanging design prevent chickens step on the food, keep the vegetables and fruits clean and fresh.
It provides enough space to put food on it, it's suitable for giving your parrot a rich lunch.
"li"Filling with toy parts for chewing, shredding and playing. Great for serving fruits and vegetables for nutritious bird and small animal treats. It can be washed and refilled as often as needed.
"li"Perfect for parrot, macaws, parakeet, cockatiel, budgerigar, lovebird, conure, budgie, and other small bird or animal.
"li"Material: stainless steel
"li"Size: fork:7.87inches; chain: 11.81inches
"li"Package Included: 2 x Fruit Skewer Pin
Advantages of Chicken Hanging Feeders
"li"Easy to hang
"li"Firm and not easy to slide
Movable Suspension Ring
"li"Easy to disassemble and use
"li"The length can be adjusted freely
Bottom Ring Gasket
"li"The gasket plays a fixed role
"li"Prevent fruits and vegetables from falling
Easy to install and use
"li"Rotate the nut at the bottom of the rod and remove it
"li"String the vegetables and fruits you want to feed on the pole
"li"Install the nuts on the bottom to prevent the vegetables from falling
"li"Hang it where you want to feed
Your pet must be very happy to eat fresh vegetables and fruits
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