5 gallon seems tall and narrow to me. Ducks don't necessarily have to get their whole body into the water, but they do need to be able to submerge their heads under the water. This is their way of cleaning out their nasal passages. I would go for something a bit shorter than a 5 gallon bucket. You could actually just cut one in half. You could also get a livestock pan like this:This may sound like a simple question, but what type of bucket do you use for water? I know that many people say that use a 5 gallon bucket. Is it just a regular plastic bucket? Would I need 2 of those if I have 10 ducks? Thanks!
Sounds like icing/frosting pales that they wash and sell after using up the product inside. If so, they'll be food grade which is great.I go to the bakery dept at our grocery store they have 3 gal and 2 gal for 1.00 each I use these in summer and heated buckets in winter this is for drinking out of. These buckets have awesome lids and make great containers for storage too.