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Happy Hen Treats Nipple Waterers for Chickens, 4-pack

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Description

Happy Hen Treats Nipple Waterers for Chickens help provide a steady stream of fresh, clean water for your flock. This set includes four plastic nipple waterers with stainless steel sipper tubes that easily attach to a PVC pipe or a hanging bucket. With Happy Hen Treats Nipple Waterers, you can create your own custom watering system that requires low water pressure to deliver a sanitary supply of water.

Key Benefits
  • Includes 4 nipple waterers.
  • Stainless steel sipper tube and threaded style mounting.
  • Helps you create your own customer watering system.
  • Provides fresh water supply more sanitary and less maintenance than conventional poultry waterers.
  • Attaches to PVC pipe or hanging bucket.

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  • Item Number
    94847
  • Brand

    Happy Hen Treats

  • Bird Type

    Chicken

  • Made in

    United States

Instructions

Use with plastic container or pvc pipe. Drill an 11/32 inch hole in plastic container or PVC pipe and screw nipple waterer into the hole. Thread tape or silicone can be used for additional protection from possible leakage. Position waterers so that chickens can peck at a slight upward motion. Low water pressure required.

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  • Perfect for brooders and coops

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    I've used these for 4 sets of chicks now, and I really love them! I put them in the bottom of a plastic quart jars and then put the lid on top to keep dust, bedding, etc out of the water and also prevent any intrepid chicks from flying up and falling in. I can go over a week with perfectly clean water as long as I don't have so many chicks that they drain it sooner. I hang the jar by tying a shoestring around the base of the threads and suspend it from a small board or stick laid over the brooder. In the coop, I hung it from an eyehook in the ceiling. You can also put them in food grade buckets for larger amounts of chickens. I use these mainly for chicks since the horizontal ones are a I've used these for 4 sets of chicks now, and I really love them! I put them in the bottom of a plastic quart jars and then put the lid on top to keep dust, bedding, etc out of the water and also prevent any intrepid chicks from flying up and falling in. I can go over a week with perfectly clean water as long as I don't have so many chicks that they drain it sooner. I hang the jar by tying a shoestring around the base of the threads and suspend it from a small board or stick laid over the brooder. In the coop, I hung it from an eyehook in the ceiling. You can also put them in food grade buckets for larger amounts of chickens. I use these mainly for chicks since the horizontal ones are a little stiffer, and chicks under 2-3 weeks don't have the strength to peck the horizontal ones enough to get much water out. These vertical ones are very easy to push and get water, so even brand new chicks can use it. It's super easy to train them. When a chick is close enough to get their attention, tap the nipple with your finger like you're pecking, and then let them see the water dripping. Usually, there's at least 1 brave one who come over to check it out and then you're done. The brave one gets it, and the rest follow suit. This really only works when you make sure there's no other water source to distract them. Obviously, this is a little more effort, and an open dish is going to be easier for them, so they use that instead of figuring out the nipples. They do tend to drip more than horizontal nipples, and you have to suspend the nipples just above head/shoulder height of the chickens, but they really work well and keep the water clean for healthy chickens. I switch them to horizontal once they're strong enough to depress the horizontal nipple since I have more placement options, and since they don't drip as much, they work better in areas that freeze in winter, like here in northern Wisconsin. … more

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  • Don't waste your money

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    Installed correctly no leaking at the seams. Water ran out the tips of all of them a continual flow, completly useless.

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  • Not a Good product

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    The nipples all leak, the bucket was empty in 10 minutes. Of the twelve bought only 4 totally seal, the rest leak bad. Very disappointed

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  • Very handy for little chickens - keeps the mess way down!

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    I have not used the newest packages. But, I have used them in he past and can't wait to get them installed into the buckets and use them. They are kick cleaner than an open water container for chickens and ducks!

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  • Works like it says.

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    Product is great, some chickens are smarter than others.....lol

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