Has anyone had an issue with their waterer nipples getting clogged before? I have a five gallon bucket with the nipples screwed into the bottom and just the other day we had noticed our egg production had dropped off and I, by chance, discovered that the nipples were not letting any water out. My poor girls were dehydrating. I feel like such a bad chicken mommy No wonder they kept all running for the little water pools in the tree root systems whenever I let them out to free-range. Obviously, im going to be checking the nipples all the tme now, but how do I keep this from happening? We have well water and I'm wondering if it is just mineral deposits building up inside the nipples or something? Help!