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Oasis Poultry Water Nipples, 10 Pack
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- A 10 pack of commercial grade poultry drinking nipples, THREADED STYLE mounting (10mm x 1.0mm thread size)
- 10mm THREADING BOLT included - pre thread your hole for easy, leak free installtion. Instructions included!
- 10 nipples will keep a flock of up to 40 chickens or 30 turkeys well hydrated
- Build your own poultry watering system with ordinary hardware store parts - instructions included
- Fill you system from outside the coop - no more stepping in you know what first thing in the morning!!
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Love your poultry but tired of changing that stinky old water tank every morning? Let the Coop Queen help! With these 10 poultry nipples you can build your own system to deliver clean, non-poopy water to your chickens using ordinary hardware store parts, that can be re-filled from outside your coop! Our kit includes COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS and 10mm THREADING BOLT. ***PLEASE NOTE: These Screw-In drinking nipples work best when screwed into bucket reservoirs. The will work in round pipe, but for the best fit when using 3/4" PVC use our SADDLE STYLE nipple drinker***
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Cons are: NO INSTRUCTIONS INCLUDED, and for every drop the birds drink, 3 drops hit the ground.
I purchased a $3 5 gal bucket. Widdled a hole about a 1/16 with a nife in the bottom. Used a little touch, or use a lighter, to heat up plastic & then while it's hot I screwed it in. Lol
Sealed up when it cooled and worked perfect!
Been holding for a few months now! I did three per pale.
Be careful, very very careful, plastic can burn your skin or melt to you and hurt! Do it at your own risk.
You can just cut a hole, drill a hole and silicone them in also!
But they work great, good product!
Do it rite and you have a les than a third of the cost of a store bought water pale invested.
The instructions in this case would have been helpful to me, because I installed these on the bottom part of the "side wall" of a 2 gallon bucket that I bought with a lid on it (to keep the dirt out), I just drilled four holes all around the bottom of the sides and screwed these in, then I filled up the bucket to test them and they leaked all over the place. It turns out they only work correctly if you install them on the actual bottom of the bucket so that they hang straight down. I did not know that, and if there were instructions, I would have known that fact before ruining a bucket in the process of trial and error, which then required me to buy another bucket from Home Depot so that I could start all over again.
That being said, if you make a few 5/16 holes in the bottom of a bucket, then with a socket wrench and a lot of force, you can make these go into the hole and they will thread the hole as they go in, hand tighten it until the nipples sit flush with the bottom of your bucket, don't over-tighten beyond that or else you will strip the hole. If you do it like that, they won't leak. No teflon tape necessary. It just would have been a little bit easier if the holes were already threaded with the tool that this was supposed to come with, but it is not a big deal as long as you have a socket wrench that allows you to push straight down as you are turning. (You can't do that with just a crescent wrench.) I installed 4 of these on the bottom of the bucket, I figure that is more than enough for my 7 chickens.
I also bought a "Kerick Valve M052 PVC Mini Float Valve" on Amazon and I installed it about 2/3 of the way up on the side of the bucket by drilling a hole where I wanted to install it. The drill bit I needed to make that size hole was one of those hole saw types, I forgot what size it was. Then I needed to buy an adapter at Home Depot again, to make the threaded part of the float valve fit the end of a garden hose.
After I hung up the bucket using a chain and some hooks (that I bought from where else, Home Depot), one of the chickens was curious and she figured out how to drink from this contraption within the first minute or two. Then they were all drinking from it, and they seemed to like it. I like the fact that it provides more sanitary water that unlike when they drink from a dish, the water always gets dirty because they walk in it. So no more changing their water every day. On very hot days, you can stick ice cubes in the bucket too if you want, which keeps their water nice and cold. So I say this is a great product, and very cheap too. Like I said before, I knocked some stars off because of the false advertising.