Heated waterer suggestions?

foxy2320

Chirping
7 Years
Oct 15, 2012
106
5
83
Oregon
Starting to prep for winter here in Oregon, so I'm wondering if anyone has tips or ideas for heated waterers. Right now I have a plastic waterer, but I figured that would be sufficient for winter. I have the capabilities to plug in via weather proof extension cord if I have to. Aaaand go!
 

duckie mama

In the Brooder
10 Years
Nov 25, 2009
98
5
31
kilgore
old crockpots st on lowest setting if you have the electricty for it. living in east texas you never know if it is gonna freeze one night or be 60 degrees the next night. i use the old crock pots , usually $1.00 or $2.00 at garage sales or goodwill, they work great keeps water ice free no need to worry aboout the outside spigot being frozen.
 

3riverschick

Poultry Lit Chaser
10 Years
May 19, 2009
8,454
3,209
512
old crockpots st on lowest setting if you have the electricty for it. living in east texas you never know if it is gonna freeze one night or be 60 degrees the next night. i use the old crock pots , usually $1.00 or $2.00 at garage sales or goodwill, they work great keeps water ice free no need to worry aboout the outside spigot being frozen.
doesn't a crock pot get too hot?
curious,
karen
 
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