Took my girls a good 2 weeks to finally not be scared of it, but now they love this treat holder! I hung mine near the door so I can reach it without having to step inside. It keeps the food cleaner and keeps my girls occupied!
I fill my girls caddi a couple of times a day with fresh veggies or fruits.....They absolutely love it and come running when they see me! It keeps the treats up off the ground and provides great stimulation for them. One of my best purchases!
We previously used a cheap bird feeder but it didn’t last. This is great. Well made and easy to fill. String is perfect length too. Thanks.
Our hens love pulling their vegetable leaves out of the Caddi Treat Holder. We love it too - the food is kept off the ground and we can fill it in the dry before taking it out; it's also easy to move about so can be inside or outside the covered Eglu areas.
The holder keeps the food off the ground so the chickens don’t trample on it. I also have one in an aviary which the birds love to feed from.
How did I manage without this for so long? Perfect for stuffing greens in, even a largish apple will sit in the bottom. The girls love it too and weren't frightened of it at all.
My girls love their greens and pulling weeds but loose greens are too difficult for them to eat. This was the perfect solution. I was able to pack quite a bit in there too. At first the girls were nervous because it was swinging a bit. But once they realized it was full of yummy stuff they didn’t care.
The Caddi Treat holder is great-I use it daily for leafy greens-The Pendent Peck Holder broke after the first week-It cracks around the top where you screw the top in, company never acknowledge it broke
The hens seem to need to 'tug' to eat their weeds and this holder satisfies the way yhey eat. Saves having to tie the bundle of greens to the mesh.
This is brilliant, to be honest....I had tried to go cheap and find or make something similar, but ended up ordering it from Omlet. At first sight, the four chickens were deathly afraid of it as it swung back and forth like the sword of Damocles, but eventually they learned how to time their movements and grab at whatever greens I had happened to fill it with....the pinata that never breaks....my chickens tend to fancy kale (why is this cut and grow vegetable so expensive at the supermarket????)...with these treats, they haven't even begun to show an interest in worms....