Saturday, September 21, 2019

An Internet-Connected, Solar-Powered, Twitch-Streaming Chicken Feeder via Hackster Blog

I love the idea of connecting up high-tech and high-touch ideas and this chicken feeder is a great example. It is a great way to expose potential donors to their project and give them a little high-touch involvement, even if they can’t be there in person. — Douglas

The popularity of raising chickens has exploded in recent years, particularly in urban areas. Hens can lay an egg every day, and chickens can gobble up pesky bugs in your yard. You can even pet them, if you’re into that sort of thing. But, as with any other animal, they do require care. Fortunately you can use technology to take the labor out of that job. That’s what YouTuber Sean Hodgins has done in his latest video with this internet-connected, solar-powered, Twitch-streaming chicken feeder.

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