I never measured- just put in a few splashes- it was probably roughly the equivalent of 1tbsp/gallon. I think that regular water is best and you can always add electrolytes though it’s kinda a pain to have to dump and change the water daily with electrolytes... when I used apple cider vinegar when I let it sit more than a day or two it would develop an odd smell that was actually really gross and my chickens did not like drinking it then. So I think it’s best to change it daily too if your gonna do apple cider vinegar. Otherwise just do regular clean plain water! If you are going to have an apple cider vinegar waterer then also have a second regular waterer too just in case
Oh and if you do use apple cider vinegar use raw unfiltered otherwise it has no heath benefits for them. Also this type of ACV will grow and duplicate in the water so the concentration will become greater as the days go on since it’s live when you get the raw unfiltered. Hope this helps
I've never used ACV before, but with our horrid heat and humidity... Of course I've been doing a lot of reading on the topic of AVC and can find no real studies done on its benefits just a lot of claims with nothing much to back the claims. I'm hoping more member respond as I'd like to know what I've missed and I'm sure I have missed a lot of information. However, for the time being I think I'll go ahead and use it once a week. As of yet, I haven't found anything about AVC that will hurt the birds.Better yet, keep it in the kitchen, and offer plain water instead.