Plastic 1 quart waterer is constructed of heavy duty polyethylene. Screw on design makes attachment to quart size jar very easy. Great waterer for school projects and home use on new born chicks. Jar and base included.
Cons - Young chicks can easily drown, and older chicks foul up the water rly fast. It breaks easily.
I purchased this waterer at my local feed store, and... it sucks! Older chicks mess in it or knock it over(my sizzle chicks flooded their pen), and younger chicks drown or get chilled unless you put marbles in it. To top it off, it breaks very easily.
Pros - You get a lot more water than others same size.
Cons - Sometimes can be messy, especially around small chicks.
It's good for small breeds but for just hatched chickens... oh no! That's a NO NO. I tried on my baby chicks and they all got so wet, that they just made a mess and they were so cold I have to remove the water and allowed them to get dry. I think is good like for 4 to 5 weeks old chicks.
Cons - Prone to crack in colder climates, $3.99 where I live for this....$0.45 plastic jar? Tips very easy
Raising chicks they're pretty good. One will find themselves having to make arrangements using these within brooders/coops as they are very, very easy to tip over. Summers are fine, winter you may as well just smash them and get it over with as every one I've ever had has cracked from the cold.