|Bird Type||Chicken||Chicken||Chicken, Poultry||Chicken||Chicken|
|Material||Vinyl / PVC, Plastic||Plastic||Plastic||Plastic||Plastic|
|Capacity (Max)||1 treat square or suet cake||137 cubic inches||6.6-lb||124 ounces||1 gallons|
Very disappointed with the quality of this basket! Cheaply made- clip broke off before I even used it. I’m still able to use it with a tie wrap, but just don’t like that it broke so quickly.
Personally I don’t like this cage design. I have 4 “More birds” suet cage feeders & Chewy was out of stock every time I needed a feed order. I ordered the “Happy Hen” feeder thinking it would fit the square chicken treat blocks so that all of my chickens would be able to access the treats without crowding. To my disappointment the Happy Hen treat blocks are too small (you could almost fit two blocks to fill the feeder). Would not buy again
It's 112 degrees outside here in Arizona. I freeze wild rice and vegetables in heart molds and put the frozen treats hanging in the treat basket every afternoon. They absolutely love this! The treat basket keeps the treats off of the ground and keeps the hens busy pecking for their treats.
I love this great basket compared to a typical suet basket because the gaps are larger for this specific brand, and easier for my chicken’s larger beaks.
Chickens love to snoop around and peck at things. Just hang these from the fence and watch your birds. The packets that have corn and mealworms (yuck) were the favorites. I'm sure all the different flavors will be great for the birds. Some birds take a little while to warm up to new things.
I bought this to use as a hay rack for my miniature rabbits and it serves its purpose quite nicely! Easy to attach to the cage and it keeps the hay off the floor. Holes are big enough for them to pull hay out of so no trouble there. Much better than traditional hay racks.
I use it for a Happy Hen treat squares but I also use it for fresh veggies!
The box is tiny and doesn’t hold a lot but the chickens love pecking at the treats inside. I’m going to buy a couple more of them so it keeps them busy for a while when they’re in their coop.
My chickens love this. I was using the treat block without the basket and they would go through the block in an hour. Now they get exercise and the block is lasting a week.
And so do the wild rabbits! I thought I could use this for suet cakes but it’s too large. I’ve been putting out veggie scraps and getting all sorts of visitors.