Chickens don't have any teeth, so in order to extract maximum goodness from the food they eat they need grit. The Mixed Grit we supply is ideal for hens as it is just the right size and contains soluble calcium. It can be added to chickens' regular feed once a week, or you can put some down in a grit station like this one.

This heavy duty grit station has been designed to provide easy access to the grit for a wide range of poultry. Simply fill it up and leave on the ground for them to peck at.

Measures 27cm wide by 27cm high.

£8.99 Inc VAT

37 in stock
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Details

Weight: 0.480 kg

Height: 28 cm

Width: 29 cm

Length: 29 cm

Brand: BEC (6 Products)

Latest Product Reviews For Grit Station Feeder

5 Stars:
11
4 Stars:
4
3 Stars:
4
2 Stars:
0
1 Star:
2

Best feeder I’ve ever had. -

I use this feeder for layers pellets, rather than grit, and have been more than happy with it, as the food never gets wet, in spite of heavy rain, the lid never gets blown off and there is less bullying when several hens eat at the same time, due, I assume, to the sectioning. It is also easy to keep clean. I can’t recommend this product more highly, a really good buy.


The best feeder I’ve ever had -

This feeder is the best feeder I’ve ever had. It’s robust, easy to clean and if you give the lid a bit of a downwards thump, it clicks into place and will not blow off, even in high wind. I use this feeder for pellets, which always stay dry, plus there seems to be less bullying, due to the design which allows hens to put their heads inside the feeder, but more difficult to peck the neighbours. I would definitely recommend this item to anyone.


Great product -

Amazing product ,love it as it has 3 sections for food and 4 places for my 3 girls to eat from where before there was only 2 head holes on the omlet one .


Excellent girls love it, but do kick the roof off! -

Works but ... -

My girls knock the lid off regularly as it only sits on and as I have ex batts and they aren't small girls, they find it difficult to get to the grit as it sits low on the ground. I think this would be a lot better if it sat inside a stand which raises it off the ground and if the top could be fastened down.