Best Deals on Poultry (Chicken) Waterer's
The easiest way I have found to water your chickens is with poultry water cups which have an automatic float to refill the cups. Your chickens won't have to peck at anything to fill the water cups and won't have to learn how to use them. The water cups refill automatically. They can be attached to any kind of plastic bucket with a lid. I set up a simple system by attaching them to 2 gallon, 5 gallon and 55 gallon barrels. All I have to do is clean the cups out every few days and refill the buckets when they get low. My chickens water stays clean and fresh longer and my work load is so much easier now!
Provide Your Chickens With Fresh Clean Water at all times
Chickens need fresh clean water at all times. Dirty water will breed unwanted bacteria, insects, can cause your birds to get sick with Cecal Coccidiosis, and can even cause death to your chickens. Clean water container's regularly or wipe out your poultry water cups every day or every few days to prevent sickness and the spread of disease. Usually all that is needed is a good scrubber or sponge and hot water to clean it. The container's should get an extra cleaning once or twice a week with a mild dish soap and rinsed well. Dry the container in the sun to reduce bacteria. If no sun is available dry with a cotton lint free towel. After container is totally dry you can refill it. It is a good idea to have a second water container so while one is being cleaned and sun dried, the other one will be in use. Make sure wild birds do not have access to your chickens water because wild birds carry diseases which your birds can catch such as Avian pox and Avian Influenza.
Awesome Deal on Chicken WARE Little Red Hen Waterer
No more mess with the convenient, top-fill Little Red Hen Waterer.
Poultry Water Cups-Ways to Use Them
I love my poultry water cups and the new models with a built in float are absolutely awesome.
Get Great Deals on Poultry Nipples
If you use poultry nipples, you know it is a good idea to keep plenty of extra's on hand. Check out our awesome deals on poultry nipples here:
See Poultry Drinking Water Guidelines
Scientific studies conducted by John P. Blake Extension Poultry Scientist and Professor and Joseph B. Hess Extension Poultry Scientist and Associate Professor in Poultry Science at Auburn University have conducted extensive studies on Water quality for poultry. Find out more here:
Best Buys on Heated Poultry Waterer's
Heated poultry water heaters are used to keep your chickens water from freezing during cold temperatures. I keep my chickens water inside their coop but if your chicken coop is too small to do that you may need to get a heated waterer or water heater to prevent freezing. Get the best deals on heated waterers for your chickens here:
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