Heated Poultry Waterer
- Capacity: 2.25 gal (9 qt)
- Size: 11"H, 9" dia
- Suited for: adults
- Number of birds: 26
- Waterfowl: yes
- Can it hang: no
- 50-watt heater
- 6 ft protected electrical cord
- Coned lid to prevent birds from sitting on the waterer and soiling the water
- Bucket includes heavy-duty carry handle (not for hanging)
- Built-in thermostat turns 50-watt heating element on at 40°F and off at 60°F
How to Use
Set the waterer so the nipples are just above head height—the birds should stretch up slightly to drink.
Handle is used to carry the bucket (unplugged) to and from a hydrant for filling. Some may find the bucket handle fits too loosely underneath the lid. For a better fit, gently squeeze the top of the bucket inward while attaching the lid. The lid will snap into place over the handle.
Chickens will take to the nipple drinkers more readily when there is no other water source available. We recommend removing your current waterer and placing the new waterer in the same location. Then, bring a bird’s beak directly to the nipple drinker and flick/activate the nipple to demonstrate the new water source.
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Carrie N from Colorado
I read a lot of reviews that said people couldn't get their chickens to use this waterer. I have 7 laying hens and had no problem at all transitioning them. The water never freezes, which is exactly why I purchased this and I didn't have any issues with my hens learning to use it. I simply removed all other water sources and stuck each of their beaks in the nipples until water came out. They all use it and we are very happy!
Spencer F from Idaho
It might worked for some but after 4 days of "training" my hens, I quite and went back to simpler way. I really wish it could have worked. The first just could not seem to get enough water.
Nicholas R from Indiana
We have always used nipple style waters. They keep the water clean, which help keep the birds healthy. The side mount niples work great in a deep bedding system. They keep the bedding much dryer then the dripping vertical mount niples. The niples have not frozen yet seems to be working good.
Fred L from Vermont
Am not able to teach my hens it's use and therefore is a big waist of my money.
Gerald W from Idaho
Rhode Island Reds took right to the red nipples. Very nice transition. It must be in the genes!