Since I don't have enough half-finished projects around here, I'm trying to put together a nipple watering system for the peas. I think I have largely figured out how to do it, between the various posts and instructions and youtube videos, and I think I can keep it from freezing (since, obviously, winter is the best time to try to install a water system, right?) but there is one piece of information I haven't been able to come up with. I am not sure how high to mount the nipples above the peafowl. I'm planning to use vertical nipples. Everything I read for chickens shows the nipples very much directly above the chicken, so the chickens basically stick their heads up anywhere from vertical to about 30 degrees off of vertical to drink from the nipples. I haven't found any posts/threads so far that discuss nipple waterers for peafowl. Has anyone used them? Did they work well? How high did you mount the nipples, relative to the peafowl? I'm asking, because when I watch the chickens drink, versus watching the peafowl drink, the head/neck geometry and motion isn't necessarily exactly the same... I'll be happy to post photos when I'm done, assuming it works ... Thanks!