So I have gathered that it is best to use a nipple-type waterer with chicks from the beginning for best results. But once the chickens are comfortable with the nipple-type waterer, will they also use a regular waterer? Or will they not use both types? My idea is to train the chicks on a nipple waterer until I put them outside (maybe at 6-8 weeks old) and then keep a 64oz nipple-type water bottle inside the henhouse and a regular (larger) waterer outside in their run. My worry is that once they use the regular waterer, they'll prefer that and won't use the water bottle inside their henhouse. We'll only have 6 hens and they'll spend most of their time outside, but I want to make sure they have water available when they're shut in for the night. What do you think - worth a try?