I feel about as awful as I can. I previously had chickens with my parents, and now out of my own, I've got my own flock as well. They are about 12-14 weeks old and their new coop has hanging galvanized feeder and waterer. Unlike our old plastic waterer, I cannot see when the water has gotten low. It's also been raining here like crazy, and when I've gone out to check on their food, and Im just not too sure when the trough of the waterer went dry. I refilled it today, and all the chickens gathered around for a good solid couple of minutes of drinking before going back to scratching. I realize now that I've got to be much better about physically checking the water, since the visual indicators are low as I peer into the coop. Is there anything I can do to help out these thirsty chicks in the here and now?