Quick Clean Waterer (with legs), 3 gal
Used for watering poultry, including waterfowl. Waterer stands up and out of the bedding to reduce soiling.
- Has three legs to stand up and out of the bedding to reduce coiling of water tray. Legs elevate waterer 5".
- Simple design that's easy to clean and refill. To fill remove red lid and add water. Ideally refill with a hose because it's heavy to carry when filled to the top.
- Worked both indoors and outdoors.
- Capacity: 3 gallon
- Size: 13"H, 15" pan diameter and 1.5" pan depth
- Suited for: adults
- Number of birds: 35
- Waterfowl: yes
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.
How to Use
- Remove lid
- Add water
- Refill with hose or bucket
- Place waterer on a level surface for proper function
Cleaning: We suggest periodically dismantling and cleaning the unit to prevent hard water and algae build up from obstructing the float system.
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Earle D from Georgia
Great waterer-easy to clean-chickens cant stand
on top of it. filling is a breeze-best advice
I can give is-get TWO of them.
Earle Duncan & Chief hen ( Sandy McSquak )
Alison K from California
So awesome, easy to clean I use it in my broiler tractor, handle makes carrying a breeze and legs mean no heavy cinderblock!
Clinton S from New England
Nice quality, has the option to hang or use
the legs to keep the water off the ground and
clean. Easy to fill & clean out
Frank P from Kentucky
Two of these waterers were bought to replace the open buckets used in my chook-houses (chicken coops in US English) inside an old plank-built barn which can get pretty cool in Kentucky winters. I was impressed by their robust construction and simplicity of design. The lids sit deeply enough inside the bucket to eliminate the risk of being knocked off by chooks trying to sit on them, and the legs do keep soiling of the water to a minimum. Though some litter and its associated dust does get into the drinking trough, droppings in the water seem a thing of the past. However, the shallowness of the drinking trough does have one drawback: if the water in the trough freezes it will also freeze up into the foot of the outlet valve and clearing the ice – along with the dirt, an added plus at least – from the trough does not always free it from the valve, even when the water inside the bucket remains liquid. I may need to put some sort of heater under the base if I don't want to have to muck around with warm water to free the valve.
Pros: Very stable, robust construction, good fit with lid, easily cleaned, slippery plastic discourages chooks sitting on waterer. Easy to fill.
Cons: Valve freezes along with water in trough.
Overall: Excellent value for money. Great improvement in hygiene