No-Mess Automatic Poultry Drinker
Free-standing automatic drinker that keeps water fresh and clean(er) by keeping out most ducks, geese, chickens, turkeys and pigeons.
- Large access holes on each side of the drinker provide fresh and clean water by keeping out most ducks, geese, chickens, turkeys and pigeons.
- Small ducks such as calls or mallards may still fit through the holes to swim.
- Can also be used for large chicken breeds.
- Capacity: continuous
- Size: 31"L, 10"W, 8"H. Legs add 2.5"H
- Opening sizes: 3-3/4"W, 2-3/4"H
- Suited for: adults
- Number of birds: over 100
- Waterfowl: yes
- 22mm float hole
- Legs attached
How to Use
Connect garden hose to waterer. Internal float will regulate water to the correct level. Float system assembly required.
To clean: Remove bung to drain.
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Mario O from Texas
The waterer is easy to clean. The ducks have a constant supply of fresh water that they cannot swim in.
Russ W from Texas
I read some of the reviews about this prior to purchasing.Several mentioned leaking and over filling. I decided to chance it.
I experienced both of said issues. But after applying some basic common sense the problem was resolved.
So turns out you have to be a bit smarter than the critters that will be using it.
Marina K from New Jersey
Does exactly what the ad states it does!
Sophia L from New York
The idea of this waterer is great, but for the cost I’m not impressed. The hardware is loose and easily shifts the float making it continuously run and overflow. I had it set up perfectly and one of the ducks must have nudged the float and the waterer was running for about two hours. The run is wet enough without this issue, now there is a swamp.
The other issue is the feet. They don’t attach very well at all and I don’t expect them to last long.
Overall I like the waterer, but in the future I may just make my own with a bin or bucket given the fact that we have to do so many adjustments with the hardware on this one anyway.
Vaughn M from Washington
Ducks don't make much of a mess with this waterer. Put the rubber stopper from the inside out and they cant knock it loose. The plastic connector for the float was useless the connection provided couldn't get it to stop leaking. Reality is I have 7 ducks using they make it so muddy I dump it out daily. I used a 10 gallon water device and it was empty the next morning. This thing had plenty of water in it the next day. I do not use a water line, just fill it up.