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Chicken Waterer Feeder / Poultry Waterer Feeders for Chicken Watering Systems - Threaded Chicken Feeders - Create a Automatic Chicken Waterer System - 5 Chicken Waterers / Poultry Drinkers - Chicken Nipples - Chicken Drinkers By Meck Products (TM)


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  • 5 Chicken Waterer Feeder Nipples
  • Create your own poultry waterer from PVC or a plastic bucket
  • Each nipple is stainless steel and will work from any angle
  • Use one poultry nipple from each 2-3 chickens
  • Detailed instructions are included with each pack
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Technical Details
Item Weight1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions2.5 x 2 x 0.5 inches
Item Package Quantity5
  
Additional Information
ASINB00CWH7QA6
Best Sellers Rank #62,842 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableMay 20, 2013
  
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Product Description

5 Chicken Waterer Nipples To Create Your Own Chicken/Poultry Watering System

Looking For A Hands Off and Inexpensive Way to Provide Water For Your Chickens?

Our threaded chicken nipples can quickly and easily be installed in a 5 gallon bucket or a PVC pipe. Simply make a hole using a 3/8" drill bit at the bottom of a bucket or PVC pipe and put a little pipe tape to make it tight and screw the chicken nipples into the hole. Place a cover over the bucket and you have clean water available to your chickens whenever they want it. That's it!

The easiest way to feed your poultry!

-Each 360 degree nipple works from all angles
-Use 1 nipple for each 2-3 chickens
-Stainless steel nipple makes watering simple
-Detailed instructions are included

What Others Are Saying About Our Chicken Waterers:

"Great product. Make sure you get this design with 2 pins and metal ball, it does not drip."

"I have bought these off ebay before, they were junk and needed special equipment for threading the pipe- these on the other hand were easy and simple to install"

"These things are great, and although the chickens had never seen them, within a couple days they had all figured it out"

"Chickens loved them and took to them right away"

"There was zero learning curve for the chickens, their natural curiosity led them straight to it and they knew what to do."

Click the "Add to Cart" Button at the Top of This Page to Easily Create Your Own Chicken Watering System Today!

Customer Reviews

Either way, it leaks.
Sara
I'm sure that if I'd started them on it in the brooder it'd have been a happy ending though.
J. Astbury
No mess and fresh clean water!
sandywitch

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By BoldlyGoingNowhere on November 17, 2013
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Great product. Make sure you get this design with 2 pins and metal ball, it does not drip. I have 26 chickens and 1 chick (neighbor kid saved from AG class).

The 26 chickens were much easier to transition to the nipple In fact they started using it the day I put it in the coop even with the other waterer available. With 26 chickens all it takes is one to figure it out and they all get it, at least mine did. ;) The lone chick is a different story. It is a couple weeks old, very very skittish and afraid of everything. In fact since its solid black if it didn't have a comb I could believe it could be a wild bird. lol It hasn't taken to the nipple yet, Ive even put peanut butter on the tip...nothing. This is how I know the tip doesn't leak even a drop. I have that one installed in a 20oz pepsi bottle. So not all chickens will take to it. I do think when the little chick gets put into the other flock it will figure it out. Maybe as it gets older it will, since the nipple doesn't leak I will keep it available anyway.

Ive used them both ways. In the cap of 2 liter bottles with a line run through the sides of the bottom of the bottle. If you use a bottle make sure you make a small hole in the bottom so the air can enter and the water flow better. I currently have only 3 nipples for 26 birds and there is never a line. They are fitted into a pvc pipe and fed from a 5 gal bucket. The bucket lasts 5-6 days.

You do need to understand that when the chickens use them, especially at first, they get a lot of water on the coop floor. This is not a problem with the nipple, its a problem with the chicken. I do have chickens that have figured out how to get their beaks more under the nipple and they dribble less water.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By JMP on June 24, 2013
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Great product, very easy installation, impeccable quality and functions perfectly. Extremely versatile product that is only limited by your own creativity.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Witte on February 5, 2014
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These things are great, and although the chickens had never seen them, within a couple days they had all figured it out. Mine leaked around the edges at first, but I realized I had put too much teflon tape on the threads. There was still one that kept leaking, but a dab of silicon has fixed that.

I use mine with a pipe heating cable wrapped around the bucket, and it has kept the water unfrozen in single digit temperatures.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mark Erdmann on June 10, 2014
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I first installed one of these in the cap of a plastic water bottle by drilling the recommended size hole and then wrapping the threads with plumbers tape and screwing it in. It leaked a lot, and produced very smelly wet bedding in the chick brooder. Later I installed it again in a larger water bottle, but used silicone caulk around the threads and around the red body of the nipple both inside and outside the water bottle cap. This time it didn't leak, and has worked quite well
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By sandywitch on August 25, 2014
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These work great! Hubby didn't understand what I told him (he NEVER listens to me) and put the first one on the side of the bucket. It told him that wouldn't work. Once he did it the way I drew the picture, it worked great! Now we have two buckets, one inside the coop and one outdoors, and our chickens love them! No mess and fresh clean water! It doesn't get any better than that!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Brittany on April 15, 2014
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keeping the water fresh for the chickens is easy with these - works with pretty much any bucket - drill a hole, teflon tape, screw it in

no leaks
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Steven Smith on October 15, 2013
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Worked great for me and as far as I can tell... Durable . Good for keeping droppings out of the water
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By becky937a on August 13, 2014
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The water nipples seem to work great. However, the ground below the nipples stays wet and gets kind of sloppy sometimes. I've watched the nipples and they don't seem to be leaking (at least not from what I've witnessed) so I attribute the wet ground to my chickens. Maybe they hold them open a little too long. I am very satisfied with them. The nipples allow them to have a continuous supply of clean drinking water and I don't have to worry about them running out of clean drinking water or cleaning their waterer.
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