Square Buckets with Drilled Holes
We'll predrill our square buckets with the holes for our bucket teat units and spiral poultry feeders.
Before completing your order…
- Order accessories that go along with the drilled buckets under "Accessories Tab" below—bucket teat units, nipples, etc.
- EzeLid for bucket sold separately. Order below.
- Specify the number of holes and location (see second photo at right) per bucket at checkout by using the letters in the customization box.
Hole for the Spiral Feeder will be in the bottom center of the bucket.
Specify location and number of holes per bucket at checkout in customization box.
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
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Karen C from Montana
This is the only way to raise bottle babies. Use the great Lamb & Kid Milk Replacer these folks make. The "bucket" babies are the same size and as healthy as the lambs raised by their mamas.
Courtney S from Kentucky
Excellent buckets. Saves lots of time when you have multiples to feed. Highly recommend this product!
Steve W from Pennsylvania
I love this bucket, I wish I would have ordered the lid and holding bracket though.
Denita W from Oregon
This bucket did not work out well for me. It might work fine for large producers. I had only three bottle animals, two lambs and one goat kid. They were the same age, but one of the lambs is a very aggressive nurser. The bucket gets off kilter frequently because of the hanger not holding the bucket stable. The red nipples have already worn out after only two weeks of use. I was better off using the Premier bottles with the bottle holders.
Turner Farms from New York
This has saved us a few hours a day of hand feeding every lamb in need. Will use the softer nipples for young lambs in the future, then switch when they get more used to it. They don't overfeed, which was our worry at first. And have stayed happy playful and don't rely completely on us at only specific feeding times. We clean out and refill a couple times a day (the weather here keeps the milk quite cool), giving us much needed time to work on other jobs.
The hook is great, but we still strap the bucket so it doesn't get tipped and pushed around. The tool to remove/install nipple assembly is very handy and a perfect fit.
Thanks for making this Premier 1, from some not so sleep deprived farmers in NY.