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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Martha M from Arizona
Martha M from Arizona
Great product! Buying more for my daughter. ❤️
Craig C from Washington
The waterer doesn't work that well for my ducks. The water reservoir is extremely small and gets dirty within minutes of cleaning. It also isn't super easy to clean.
I will say though that if you don't have waterfowl, this waterer is probably amazing as other animals aren't as messy as ducks in their water and the amount it holds are 8 gallons is very nice.
Kelly G from Pennsylvania
This is the best waterer I have ever purchased and I have purchased a lot! The only reason I didn't give it a 5 star is because of the legs that are used to stand the waterer. The legs do not stay in position when you try to move or try to place the waterer and it is frustrating to get them right. I really hope they can improve the leg design because I will be purchasing many more for my other coops.
Monica G from North West Iowa
LOVE this waterer. We have owned several over the years and they leak or rust out. I was concerned that it might be too light for the strong winds we get in north/west Iowa, but it has some weight to it and I haven't had a problem with it blowing over. The design is great and keeps the birds from tipping it over or playing in it and getting it dirty. The only complaint is the legs. I don't like the way they attach. It's not a deal breaker, but maybe something to consider in the next design.