Chick Nipple Drinker
- Capacity: 1 liter (0.26 gal)
- Approx. size: 7"H x 3.5"W x 3.25"D
- Suited for: chicks/adults
- Number of birds: 10-20
- Waterfowl: no
- Can it hang: yes (includes a metal hanging bracket)
Optional brackets (sold separately above):
- Wire Cage Bracket fits to most poultry cages.
- Wall Bracket screws for attaching to walls are not included.
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Sherry F from California
This is perfect for my Seramas and my cochin chicks. I bought the wall mount brackets and love the adjustability. They seem to have taken to the nipple waterer quickly.
Melisa M from Montana
Best way to water chicks, ducklings, goslings, or turkey poults (and surely others I haven’t tried!) I also have one in my hospital cage. Easy to keep clean, and the mounting brackets for cage and wall both work well.
Elizabeth T from Tennessee
Ordered 2 of these to try them for my chick brooders. It's difficult to get the bracket to work on the cage sides and difficult to get the top off the unit in order to get the bracket out. I had to cut some holes in my hardware cloth to attach the bracket to the side. Once installed it works well. I have used the nipple drinkers that you attach to a soda bottle but they leak and make a huge mess. These don't leak and the brooder floor stays totally dry. I will definitely order more just wish the bracket was easier to use.
Aryn M from Michigan
I give a 110 percent review rating! I absolutely love this product and have a total of 4! 2 in my brooder, and 2 in my juvenile pen. Wish I could post pictures of my happy chicks!
Dave T from Wisconsin
For my cockatiels!!!
Awesome! I was looking for something convenient to provide my flock of 12 cockatiels with up to 8 babies and fledglings with a sufficient supply of fresh water. Cockatiels will turn a water dish/cup into a toilet in short order throwing everything in it.
There is enough capacity in this nipple drinker to provide them with clean water for 2 days. I didn't realize how much water they drink.
I only wish I we could have discovered this nipple drinker years ago. I started to think outside the box and found this. They place they stick their beaks under the nipple, opening their mouths pressing against it letting the water flow into the lower part of their beaks. The fledgling have adapted to it without a problem.
It is easy to fill and rinse out. I intend for find a small floating bright colored ball to place on top of the water to more easily see the water level.
I intend to introduce it my local pet store that I supply my cockatiels to. Maybe they will offer it.