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.
Write a Review
You must be logged in to leave a review. Please sign in.
Andrea C from Florida
Excellent. I recommend this product.
Jeffrey B from Washington
Received the bucket nipple waterer the other day and was very pleased. My chickens now had very clean water all the time. I will be ordering another one or two soon. Only wish they were bigger.
Theresa P from Colorado
I am so very happy that I made this purchase! The waterer is very easy to fill and I no longer have to clean their water supply everyday. They get fresh, clean water and I get zero hassle. Very easy to hang with the included rope and hooks.
Michael B from Florida
I like the fact that I don't have to clean and refill water containers every day for my backyard chickens . It's great !
Joy T from California
I made all my nipple waterers and have used for maybe two years. When my friend got this one i could see it was a HUGE improvement! The cover its tightly so it keeps out all the dust. mine would have a film of dust over the top as the lids did not fit tight. this stays clean and i only change the water every 4 days just to keep fresh. NO algae, NO dust. i will gradually keep buying til i have 5....2 in yard, 2 in pen and one for babies when needed. When i am introducing to new babies i teach ONE bird to use it and then they all get it. the nipples do not have to be red. i make sure they see the water by tapping the nipple and then i put their beaks up to it so they know the water comes out...they learn so fast! i also remove all other water and then watch to be sure they know AND i don't do that on the hottest day! i am ordering my second one today!