The Food Hopper was used by Spiteri, Nello J. (1979) to behavioural effects of oestradiol in the female rat.

Rats were housed individually in plastic cages. Coprophagia was prevented by a removable galvanised wire grid above the bottom of the cage.

Dry, powdered food (Rat and mouse maintenance diet No. 1, BP Nutrition , Witham) was available in a metal food hopper, which was attached to the top of the cage, but easily removable. The bottom of the hopper was above the metal grid .

Mazeengineers offer the Food Hopper.

Request a Food Hopper

Request a Food Hopper

Price & Dimensions

Mouse

$ 1890

+S&H
  • Length of plastic cages: 28cm
  • Width of plastic cages: 20cm
  • Height of plastic cages: 11.3cm
  • Position of galvanised wire grid: 2cm above the bottom of the cage
  • Position of bottom of hopper: 1cm above the metal grid

Rat

$ 1990

+S&H
  • Length of plastic cages: 42cm
  • Width of plastic cages: 30cm
  • Height of plastic cages: 17 cm
  • Position of galvanised wire grid: 2cm above the bottom of the cage
  • Position of bottom of hopper: 1cm above the metal grid