Includes 5 gallon auto waterer, $5 bag of meal worms, $5 bag of nesting box herbs, sample bag of chick cereal, and a sample bag of sprouting mix. This gift can be locally picked up or choose to have it shipped.
Tired of taking a bath with the traditional waters that you fill and have to flip over? Our Easy-Fill Waterer is the solution to easily fill and provide sanitary water to your flock.
A hen drinks .5 liter of water on normal days and up to 1 liter of water on hot summer days. Decide how many waterers you want based on how frequently you want to fill up their water. Here is a water refill guide based on flock size:
If servicing 1 hen (1) waterer will last up to 38 days.
If servicing 2 hens (1) waterer will last up to 18 days.
If servicing 4 hens (1) waterer will last up to 9 days.
If servicing 8 hens (1) waterer will last up to 5 days.
This easy-fill, easy-clean poultry drinker is molded from long-life BPA plastic. It features a top-fill bucket using a float in the base to allocate water to the cup. The pickle bucket scent is a reminder of your feel good purchase of supporting Firehouse Public Safety Foundation
🐔 Easy fill. Fill from the top instead of making a mess when flipping upside down.
🐔 Easy carry. Strong metal handle with plastic comfort grip.
🐔 No training needed. Requires no nippler pushing and no toggle pulling. Float automatically fills cup.
🐔 No chicken labor. Your flock doesn't have to work to stay hydrated.
🐔 Sanitary. The drinker cups can be unscrewed to be cleaned.
🐔 Quality. Molded from long-life BPA free plastic.
🐔 Avoid frozen water. Add a plastic safe stock tank heater or base to keep water from freezing.
Bonus: Feel good about your purchase! This feel good purchase not only saves you money compared to other chicken waterers; $2 per bucket is donated towards the Firehouse Public Safety Foundation which helps to provide lifesaving equipment and needed resources to first responders and public safety organizations. The small amount of profits are used to support our Rooster Gentlemen's Club where we intake pet roosters from families that are legally not able to keep their boy(s) in the city.