Heated Poultry Waterer Kit
New! Keep your flock’s waterer flowing in all seasons.
Perfect for novice poultry keepers, Premier’s Heated Waterer Kit bundles everything you need to keep fresh water available for your birds and off the coop floor.
That’s why we like to put a rubber pan underneath a hanging waterer. Rubber doesn’t freeze (or crack!) when ice builds up, so the coop floor stays dry.
- Durable rubber pan catches drips that hens or roosters might otherwise flick off the nipples and onto the bedding
- Hanging scale is marked with full/empty to let you know just how much water remains
- Slider and braided cord allow for simple, fast height adjustments. (Nipples should be placed just above the birds’ heads. The birds should stretch up slightly to drink.)
- Heated Poultry Waterer
- Provides clean, unfrozen water to the flock year-round. Internal heater keeps water flowing in temperatures as low as -20°F. Detachable cord for non-winter use.
- Hanging Scale (optional)
- Mechanical scale can be used for any application up to 50 lbs. Scale is marked at 8 lbs to show the waterer is EMPTY, and at 24 lbs to show it is FULL.
- Rubber Pan (without handles), 3 gallon
- Low-profile rubber pan is great for catching drips, and general use around the farm. Made of heavy duty rubber, these pans stand up to years of abuse.
- Braided Cord with Slider
- Strong and abrasion resistant but soft and easy to work with for knot tying. Won’t rot or mildew. Comes with a plastic slider to adjust the rope height.
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Kathleen M from Rhode Island
A real time saver! It took a few days for my flock to figure out this style of nipple drinker but now one hen knows what to do and I'm confident that she'll show the others. No more heading out to the coop after dark to collect the water bucket (and heading out to the coop before coffee) so the girls can stay hydrated. I like the rubber pail for drip catching as well. Bonus that there's a price discount when you buy them together.
My hens were used to a hanging drinker with nipples that you tap underneath the bucket. A little leaky but was getting the job done. They didn't figure out the side nipple for the heated waterer until I put the drinker down on a step so they could really stab at it. If your flock can't figure it out try putting the drinker on an upside down flower pot (or similar riser) so they can get a little pecking leverage instead of hanging it. I also demonstrated to them how to tap the nipples every time I was in the coop.
Susan G from North Carolina
Very well made product. I’m still having a challenge getting the girls to use it. I have to admit, after they didn’t use all day (even with sunflower seed suggestion), I gave them a bowl of water before bed. Will try again tomorrow.