Tri-Pod Waterer, 8 gal
- Capacity: 8 gallon
- Suited for: adults
- Height: 22"
- Number of birds: 100
- Waterfowl: yes
- Base sits 5.5" above the ground
Note: The exact number of birds to water is difficult to determine as there are many factors that influence intake; salt and protein levels in the diet, humidity, temperature, productivity (growth or egg production) and the birds ability to process feed and water.
How to Use
- Fill from top with a hose.
- Make sure valve is closed when filling.
- Once full, screw the cap back on and open the valve to enable the water to flow. Water will stop on its own due to vacuum seal.
- Water fill level is high so be sure to set it on flat ground to avoid spillage.
For additional information, see instructions above.
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Beverly G from Massachusetts
This water gallon is perfect. I love I don’t have to change their bowl of water so many times a day. The water is kept out of sun by light block technology. Keeping the water from turning green. I think this is the best waterer you can have!
Nanette O from California
I’ve been using this for a about a week and so far so good! I purchased two for my flock of 14 and they have been using them with no problem. First day, I kind of splashed some water around for my girls to see and they were good. They seem pretty heavy duty, a good distance from the ground and are sitting on concrete and are level. I would definitely recommend.
Michelle W from Michigan
It's better than I expected and very sturdy. My flock loves the new waterer and I'm so glad. It holds more water than the one I had and the water cup on the bottom is protected so they can't dirty in the water. It's cleaner water for them and helps keep them safe and healthy. I would definitely buy another when I expand my flock number.
Kelly G from Pennsylvania
I previously rated these high but after having them a few months they are nothing but a pain in the butt. I have two of the 8 gallon waters sitting level on pavers and the legs keep collapsing and the water spills everywhere. If they secured the legs, this would be a great waterer but the way they are is beyond frustrating.
Martha M from Arizona