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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Anne L from Pennsylvania
I purchased this for my seven-week old six pullets who just moved to the coop. So far, it is working great! They learned how to use the nipples in no time at all. I love how it keeps the water clean. I'm not sure how it will hold up in the winter but we will see. I might have to order a second one to keep inside and switch out as needed to keep from freezing.
Marybeth D from Connecticut
My 12 pullets figured this out right away. The water stays clean and cold. It is lasting them at least 3 days before I need to change it! I am very happy with this purchase!
Rainne B from Texas
we have used several different chicken nipple watering systems and this is by far the best. the recessed nipples and easy lid make all the difference in the world. My only complaint is that there is only one size available and that that one size is so tall. it would be nice to have a 1 or 2 gallon option, so that I can use it in my mobile chicken tractors which are not tall enough to accommodate the height of this waterer.
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?