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Discussion in 'Ducks' started by sianara, Apr 4, 2010.
I think answer to your question is buried in this thread
And also I was told that when I go to Home Depot to get the supplies that someone there can probably easily walk me through it. Good luck I'll be trying to do the same in a couple months
I did find a brand of horse water troughs that do have a drain in the bottom like i was looking for, but thank you sooo much.
I used schedule 40 plumbing parts. I believe my tank was 3/4". It took a 3/4" male pipe thread, slip coupler to thread in, then I glued a 6" piece of 3/4" pvc into the slip side of the fitting and put a 3/4" ball valve (slip x slip on both ends of valve) on the other end of the pvc so I can drain it.
Here is the fitting you will need, you will just need to verify the size.
Here's a link https://www.backyardchickens.com/t/489586/help-finding-duck-pond-plans
And here's another
Someone gave me a 20x20' sheet of rubber roofing. Is it okay to use that as a pond liner?
looking forward to seeing more ideas and images..will upload some of my designs/pics too
! I would post pictures too, but I currently do not have ducks, and when I did, my two girls got an old kiddie pool for a 'pond'. Lol, they loved their kiddie pool
@RachG75, Here is what you need,EPDM Liners for Pond leaks and Fish Pond Repair. Pondpro2000 is a 100% liquid EPDM and 100% compatible to your EPDM pond liners sold in pond supply stores". Hope it will help. Thanks
Love the pics on here. I'm new to owning ducks but so far so good. They love me and seem happy.
I'm not, however, sure what kind I have. I thought the tan one was going to be a Pekin. But she's not. The other I'm thinking Magpie?