Square bucket with carrying handle for general on-farm use. Flat sides don’t wobble on walls and panels, reducing the likelihood of being knocked around by assertive livestock.
- Build your own square bucket milk feeders, spiral poultry feeders or chicken waterers
- Carry feed, minerals and water to orphan lambs, goat kids and poultry
- Haul dog food on ATVs, or use as a reservoir for gravity fed systems
Choose from 2 gallon or 4 gallon capacity. Note: EzeLid sold separately.
- Square Bucket without lid, 2 gallon (Item #564801)
- Dimensions: 7-3/4"(H) x 9-1/2" x 9-1/2"
- Capacity: 2.1 gallons (8 liters)
- Square Bucket without lid, 4 gallon (Item #564800)
- Dimensions: 13-1/4"(H) x 9-1/2" x 9-1/2"
- Capacity: 4 gallons (15 liters)
- High-density polyethylene (HDPE #2-food grade); BPA-free
- Durable—will last several years with normal use
- Easy to clean—silky-smooth internal walls
- Stackable for compact storage
- Made in the USA
How to Use
Turn any bucket into a DIY chicken waterer by installing:
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
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Charles H from South Dakota
I first purchased these buckets when my husband and I were first married and bought our first bunch of sheep. I have totally abused these bucket and have used them since 1994. I have only had to replace nipples. However this year they did begin to break at the top...since the lambs butt and smash them around.
We use tarp straps to affix them flat to hog wire panels...works really well so you do not have to stand there and hold them flat. Also, make the holes in the nipples a little larger otherwise the lambs have a hard time sucking very much milk. I start them on the bucket after about 1 to 2 weeks of feeding them with a hand fed bottle. The lambs do a lot better if you separate them with the alike aggression for the nipple. Otherwise the older more aggressive lambs get most of the milk.
Good luck and thanks for this wonderful product. It is worth the money and I highly recommend these!
Well made, lid stays on tightly, HDPE food grade. Lambs will butt the bucket when feeding, so take that into consideration when deciding how you want to hang it.