1. The plate is provided with an inclined wall that prevents the accumulation of food in places where the bird "never" arrives as in flat plates. This ensures efficient rotation keeping food fresh because if it is not being consumed, it builds up, decomposes and loses its nutritional properties.
2. The early days of the chick's life are critical. The W-shaped dish helps it to be buried in the bed, facilitating access to the chick during its initiation.
3. The robust and dimensioned inner flange, the just and studied depth of the dish prevent food waste by trampling or pecking birds, motivating them to eat closer improving food rotation and maximizing consumption efficiency.