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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Michelle R from Maryland
I love this drinker and wonder how it will go once our temps drop. We do tend to have super brutal winter weather, so I plan to keep it out to see. I haven’t had issues with the feet but could see how that might be an issue if it gets bumped around.
Jonathan G from New Hampshire
I’ve been raising ducks for meat for a long time now and water has always been an issue. Between dumping and filling kiddie pools, multiple 5 gallon waterers and the mess that ensues water is a daily chore when you have a lot of ducks. I have had this waterer now for about two weeks and it has been a significant improvement. I currently have 60 jumbo pekins and it’s capacity is perfect, they are able to wash their face/eyes in it, I can rinse it out very easily, and it usually doesn’t make much of a mess.
The only draw back/negative comment I have about it is the feet. THEY SUCK!!! Like other reviews have said the feet do not attach well. I am a plumber of 20 years so I have a fair understanding of how to make things work and how to put things together. I actually gorilla glued the feet in place before the waterer was put into use hoping that would alleviate the issue others have written about. It did not. When the waterer is moved or bumped the feet still have a tendency to fall off. The manufacturer should make the feet thread into the waterer base, not this poor press fit. Unfortunately if the feet fall off the waterer it tilts and the float valve remains open until the waterer is set back up again.
Either way, I would buy it again and I would recommend it to someone with a bunch of larger poultry. I just wish they would make a stable base/feet for it.
Craig H from Texas
Best thing I have ever bought for my chickens. 100°F days and the girls drink a lot of water. Worth every dollar!
Rachel L from Idaho
We have been really happy with this drinker. There were no directions but it only took a second to figure out really. It keeps the ducks out of their water and keeps me from having to go outside ten times a day to refill it. We didn’t experience any leaking. The only thing I don’t love is the feet — they get knocked off sometimes when I’m moving it. I’ll probably permanently attach them on the future.
Robin E from South Carolina
The legs don’t stay on. Called customer service and was told they should just snap on securely and if they don’t to put a chunk of 2x4 over the leg and tap it with a mallet. I’ve tapped, I’ve pounded, I’ve hammered it with an 8 lb sledge hammer. The legs still fall off as soon as I touch them.