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I don't have the camera at home (at husbands job site) right now. But for now I will try to describe it. I took the bucket and made sure there were no holes or cracks on the bottom (very important). I made 3 small holes along the open edge rim, you can also just saw little triangle wedges off the rim. Make sure the holes/wedges are shorter than the rim of your planter base. I use plastic planter bases that look like a plate with an edge. Then I fill the bucket with water and hold the base on top, then flip it over onto the floor. I place a brick on top of the bucket so chickens can't knock it over, and voila! a very cheep waterer. I use it outside, as inside the cook we have an automated drip.

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