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LIBERTY® Open-Grill Broiler Feeder

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CHORE-TIME® LIBERTY® Broiler Feeder

The LIBERTY® Broiler Feeder Maximizes Feed Visibility and Access while Minimizing Waste

An Open Approach to Feeding Broilers

The LIBERTY® Feeder's open grill provides easy access to the feed for broilers of all ages and weights.

The LIBERTY® Feeder offers variable flooding throughout the flock. Using a winch, adjust the flood level in up to 200 feet (61 m) of feeder line at a time -  100 feet (30.5 m) in each direction.

From the scalloped grill's comfortable fit to the feed-saving fins and grill/pan edge, this feeder suits both broilers and their growers.

ALL-OUT™ Flooding from Any Height

The LIBERTY® Feeder delivers ALL-OUT™ Flooding, on the floor or in the air.

The silver feed cone can be manually locked into the full flood position, or use winching for a variable flood level.

The LIBERTY® Feeder's Actuator System features a positive locking mechanism which prevents over- or under-cranking.

No windows to restrict feed flow means feed is more visible and heaped high for chicks.

Designed to Save Feed

The grill extends into the feeder's pan, forming a feed-retaining lip.

The rounded pan bottom shape moves the feed further out in the pan and encourages birds to shift to perimeter eating faster.

Chore-Time's LIBERTY® Feeder's feed fins serve as anti-rake devices when lowered into the feed and help to control the feed level.

Engineered for Comfort

Chore-Time's LIBERTY® Feeder's open design provides easy access to feed for birds of all sizes.

Patented scallops on the grill/pan edge fit the shape of the birds. Grill is 2.5 inches (65 mm) at its lowest point.

Openings in the top of the grill deliver light and air to birds while they eat.

Easy Cleaning and Maintenance

The LIBERTY® Pan hangs securely from two hinges for cleaning.

Hinge locks facilitate cleaning while holding the pan in place.

Feeder can be rotated on the line to empty out feed between flocks.

Non-corroding, all-plastic construction.