I have go to learn how to post my photos. I will add one to this post when I learn how to. I searched for solutions to my problem and had to come up with one because I couldn't find one. I have a small coop a 4 bird max coop which houses three 9 week pullets at the moment. My pullets refuse to use the perch for sleeping they still want to huddle together in the large nesting box. (I have blocked the small nesting box they prefer to save that for laying eggs. I was trying to train them to use the roost but I really dont care if they sleep in the other nesting box area. We purchased a prefab coop and the nesting box is 36 in long by 12 in deep. I have sectioned off 12x12 for the final nesting box area and the 12x24 area is open for them to use. Anyway I was having problems with poopy and dirty water and food even in my hanging feeders because my coop design did not allow for a nice placement. The girls wanted to be up under them and knocked them to and fro. There was water, poop and wasted food everywhere! So I found a 64 oz rabbit waterer that has a flat back at PetSmart (All living Creatures, is the brand) It has the ball in the tube. I used some fencing slats that are galvanized aluminum and bent them to become a hanger and used a small bungie cord to secure the waterer to the home made hanger. I will post a photo. It is easy to access for filling and I put the old waterer in the run so the girls are encouraged to go outside. They stay in the coop most of the time. (by their choice, its open all day for them but they dont want to go outside yet) I also found a gravity feeder that I attached to the wall for food. This freed up at least a foot and a half of floor space and now there is very little water making a cold wet mess. The rabbit waterer does drip a little after each use but not nearly as bad as the other did. Also I was able to fix it to the wall that they do not really like to lay in or walk in. I love my chickens! I am so glad to find a new way to fix the issues and make life better for them. We also started a homeschool unit on Chickens today. The kids learned 6 vocabulary words, the reproductive system and the egg incubation cycle today. We made a poster with all we learned. Yeah, Homeschool Rocks!