Automatic Chicken Waterer Cups Drinker Nipple Water Cup System OR CUPS

Discussion in 'Everything Else' started by BellevueOmlet, Feb 16, 2012.

  1. BellevueOmlet

    BellevueOmlet Songster

    Jul 10, 2010

    Poultry Water Cup System OR CUPS BY THEMSELVES with PVC Brackets

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    Automatic Chicken Water 2 Cup line - (As seen in picture)
    Requires no electrical equipment or connection to faucet pressure.
    Connect to a bucket to have a natural pressure watering system <5psi. (bucket not included)

    The easiest way to water your chickens.
    They drink from the cup, which allows the right amount of water to come into the cup.
    The chicken waterer for sale is a two cup system.

    PM with questions.
    Last edited: Jan 3, 2015

  2. kellieetal

    kellieetal In the Brooder

    Oct 5, 2012
    Love the idea. Am I seeing pipe insulation around the pipe in the picture above? Do you have more information on this product--instructions, materials required for building/assembling your watering system. Does this do pretty well at avoiding water-drippy mud puddles below the nipples? I'm also wondering about winter-time freezing. Are you able to keep it going through the winter, or do you switch over to a different watering system in the freezing months? and where are these water cup/nipple products available?

    haha--didn't see the link to the product before. :D
    Last edited: May 19, 2013
  3. Brahma13

    Brahma13 In the Brooder

    Nov 6, 2011
    I built a system with a 5 gallon bucket, thinking the water would last a few days and it gets pretty nasty inside the bucket. Is there something to put in the water to keep it clean and clear. Also think that there are some leaks I have to fix as the bucket drains super fast and I only have 18 chickens.
  4. BellevueOmlet

    BellevueOmlet Songster

    Jul 10, 2010
    Keep the lid on the bucket and it will be a contained system that should not grow anything and stay clean. Since water is only released form the cups when chickens drink, there is no backflow so there is no reason it should get dirty in the line or bucket. I only clean my bucket every few months.
  5. AlmaB

    AlmaB In the Brooder

    Apr 18, 2013
    Southern California
    Hi would this come with assembly instructions. I'm very interested in purchasing one of this systems
  6. morrisonmanor

    morrisonmanor In the Brooder

    Aug 5, 2012
    How do you keep it from freezing in the winter?

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