Bucket Nipple Waterer
- Capacity: 3 gallon
- Includes 3 (pre-attached) nipples. Replacement nipples sold above.
- Size: 15"H, 12.5"D
- Suited for: adults
- Number of birds: 35
- Can it hang: yes (includes an adjustable cord)
- Waterfowl: yes
- Nipples prevent litter from fouling the water
- Nipples are recessed for easy refilling of the waterer
It's common for a bead of water to hang off the nipple and occasionally drip. This is common with all types of poultry nipples. When testing this waterer, the drips were not bothersome to neither our birds nor us.
Clean the drinker once a month with chlorine. This is important to keep the nipples clean. Make sure there is no chlorine left in the nipples after cleaning.
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Stephen M from Arkansas
This is a fantastic product. Took our chicks less than 5 minutes to figure it out!
Camilla C from Louisiana
Works great the only complaint I have is that the Nipple waterers are not red. Hung for two weeks without one chicken using it. Colored the nipples red and instant success. Why not make them red instead of yellow?
Dennis A from Texas
Works great. Chickens caught on quickly.
Thomas S from California
This waterer has a great design and it's tough. I love the way the nipples are set in so that they don't get in the way. I was worried the chickens wouldn't use it, but I took one chicken and placed her beak on the nipple a few times for one day. I then took the other water source away. The chicken almost immediately started using the nipples and all the other chickens followed suit. My grandson reaches in the run to remove the lid for me and I fill it from above with the hose, which means I don't have to teach in with a full bucket. My hens now have constant clean water. I'm getting the smaller versions for my baby chicks.
James H from Ohio
This is the first time we've used this type of waterer and we love it. It's easier for the kids to manage and cleaner than traditional waterers. Highly recommend these to folks. May not be great once winter rolls around again but we'll see.