My sons are 4-Hers and showed their Indian Runner and Welsh Harlequin ducks at the county fair this week. We had deep waterers for them since they were at the fair for 2 1/2 days and we knew they would need water to clean their nares. The Runners emptied that dish as quickly as we could fill it, which led to people walking by and saying "Aww, those poor ducks have no water!" In fact we were watering them every 30 minutes, and the water was gone in 10. When we cleaned the crates after the fair the shavings were utterly sodden. The ducks, however, had a marvelous time. How do people who show waterfowl provide drinking water 24/7 without them splashing it all out? I'd love some advice from experienced exhibitors so we can handle this better next year.