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)
Note: The exact number of birds to water is difficult to determine as there are many factors that influence intake; salt and protein levels in the diet, humidity, temperature, productivity (growth or egg production) and the birds ability to process feed and water.
- Wire Cage Bracket fits to most poultry cages.
- Wall Bracket screws for attaching to walls are not included.
Waterers and AccessoriesItem #5402243 -
To keep water clean and fresh. Nipple drinker sits or hangs above the litter so water is always clean.$2.21
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Nike H from Hawaii
The cage bracket won’t work if you use half inch wire square hardware cloth or smaller for your coop, like I do. The drinking straw will not fit through the wire squares so there’s no way to put it on the outside with that kind of material as far as I can tell.
Donna W from Texas
I love these for my Serama Chickens. I wish they would make them in a UV resistant material to help prevent mold growth.
Amy C from New Mexico
Love this drinker! My 4 chicks learned how to use it literally within seconds; I simply held each one up and tapped their beak to it once. They are now beautiful 14 week old pullets & it’s still the only waterer I’m using, just raised up higher. Easy to fill & zero leaks so the brooder & coop floor have stayed dry. Great product. I’m about to order another!
Josey S from Indiana
Ordered 2 of these for our 11 chicks and they are excellent! Water stays clean and doesn’t get spilled. They do drip but only a little bit—not enough to affect the bedding if you stay on top of cleaning the brooder and use some zeolite. As soon as I took the chicks from their shipping box, I touched each of their beaks to the nipple and they immediately caught on. I have a feeling they’d have figured it out on their own anyway! :) Great product and there’s really no reason to use any other kind of waterer!
Melissa C from Maine
The chicks didn’t start out with a nipple feeder, though I wish they had. It’s infinitely easier and less messy than the other type. They didn’t need any training. They figured it out in about 30 seconds to a minute. The shininess of the nipple helped with that too. I wish the top wasn’t flat, because they roost on it but it washes easily.