All-In-One 2 Cup Chicken Waterer  (LOVE THIS ITEM! We never have dirty water and it remains filled for about 2 weeks)

All-In-One 2 Cup Chicken Waterer (LOVE THIS ITEM! We never have dirty water and it remains filled for about 2 weeks)(Chicken Backyard Breeds)

Bucket Chicken Waterer   Made from a 5 gallon bucket with lid and poultry water cups bought online. Total cost about $9-12 depending in if you use 1 or 2 cups   Drill holes in lower part of bucket with a 3/8 inch drill bit, screw in cups,  fill with water and close with a lid for the safety of your birds

Bucket Chicken Waterer Made from a 5 gallon bucket with lid and poultry water cups. Drill holes in lower part of bucket with a inch drill bit, screw in cups, fill with water and close with a lid for the safety of your birds

Keep your flock watered, with minimal mess.

PVC Chicken Waterer

"DIY Off-Grid Chicken-Watering System" For the same cost as an indoor waterer, one reader built an outdoor system with 10x the capacity. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS Blog

DIY Off-Grid Chicken-Watering System - Homestead and Livestock

DIY Off Grid Chicken Watering System -- For the same cost as one more indoor waterer, we built an outdoor system with the capacity that won’t require much extra work from us to keep up. I’d call that a success.

I have been looking everywhere for this!! The Correct Height For Poultry Nipple Chicken Waterers

The poultry nipples, also called chicken nipples, on chicken waterers should be placed at the right height as your birds grow from chicks to chickens. Here's a visual that shows you how to get your chicken waterer at the right height for your flock.

I like this waterer. Even if a tube fails, the others still have water in them.

I like this waterer. Even if a tube fails, the others still have water in them. also, could hook it up to water catchers so that your not using your water

This is my chicken water feeder that I made that keeps the water fresh without making a mess and keeps the flies out. #chickens # crooks #chicken-coop

How to Build a Chicken Coop in 4 Easy Steps [2nd Edition]

Elevating the watering station helps keep the water clean and free from dirt and debris that the chickens might otherwise scratch up into it. Also surrounding with rocks cuts down on the dust in the water.

An inspiringly clean chicken coop

An easy to clean chicken coop! Love the way this person has positioned rocks and pebbles around Water-Can ~ no way can chickens kick up dirt from stone and dirty the water.

Cinder block heater & water warmer - light bulb inside cinder bock covered with a stepping stone & water container set on top won't freeze......very clever idea!

This is how I keep my water from freezing in the winter. Only I use cinder block. Cinder block heater & water warmer - light bulb inside cinder bock covered with a stepping stone & water container set on top won't freeze.very clever idea!

An easy way to keep your flock watered and not have a mess with overturned water containers!

PVC Chicken Waterer

DIY Homemade Chicken Waterer

Last week we began preparing for the 50 meat chickens we were about to get in the mail.We hit the farm supply store to get two new chicken waterers

I so want a Brite Tap Chicken Waterer. Perhaps the insulated water cooler will help keep not only cool during the summer but warm (aka not frozen solid) during the winter?

I so want a Brite Tap Chicken Waterer. Perhaps the insulated water cooler will help keep not only cool during the summer but warm (aka not frozen solid) during the winter?

Think I like this better than the nipple waterers I'm using now

Natural Chicken Care and Chicken Keeping, Care for chickens in a natural, organic and holistic way. Methods based on chicken behavior and biology.

"As a vet, I recommend that everyone raising hens change from open water sources to nipple drinkers....the hens get plenty of water, and the...

Clean Water: The Advantages of Poultry Nipple Waterers

"As a vet, I recommend that everyone raising hens change from open water sources to nipple drinkers.the hens get plenty of water, and the disease reduction is so striking that there is no doubt which is better. Mike Petrik, The Chicken Vet

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