Livefeed & Interactive Feeder

24/7 Livestream


How to Feed:

Livestream FAQs

Why isn’t the feeder working?
(1) The feeder is on a 3 minute timer between feedings. Try again in a few minutes.
(2) Check the spelling. It must be “!feed” – no quotations, spaces, or misspellings.
(3) It is nighttime and the chickens are inside.
(4) The feeder is empty and/or clogged. (We usually fix this right away.)
If the feeder is having any technical issues, we will place a banner on the stream that indicates the feeder is down for repairs.

Why do you livestream your chickens? Why Twitch?
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a livestream is worth a few million. We wanted to capture our poultry farm perfectly for our customers. Thus, we created this interactive experience for all to witness our hens truly free ranging. It’s rare to see these moments, so our solution was to place a single camera where chickens roamed. It quickly grew to multiple cameras and a feeder. Twitch is an excellent livestream platform that allows users to interact with content creators. On any given day, 50 people from around the world tune into our chickens to meet and feed them.

Why are the chickens inside?
The chickens go inside at night to be protected against predators. They free range on our pasture during the daytime.

Who is the dog?
Delilah is our livestock guardian. She is an Anatolian and Great Pyrenees mix bred to protect our birds from predators and intruders.


See our birds at anytime on our 24/7 livefeed! Feed them for FREE using our robofeeder. In this video, I briefly explain our robofeeder. If you’d like to know how I built it, comment below. #twitch #stream #chicken #live #tech #robot #chickentok #chickens #birdsoftiktok #chatcontrolled #farm #poultry #farmlife #smallfarm

♬ original sound – Iain Davis

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