10 Chicken Water Station Ideas

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What you need:
1 chicken nipple
1 empty 2 liter soda bottle
23/64 drill bit and drill
1/1/4 drill bit (or a thumb tack)

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9 Responses to “10 Chicken Water Station Ideas”

  1. blah blah blah says:

    Plastic chemicals leech into the water, then into chicken then into them and their eggs, then into you and into the ground from their waste. Stop promoting the poisoning of our planet please.

    • Lara says:

      Blah Blah Blah! Really? SMH! Just because its plastic does NOT mean its bad. There are some that are inspected safe for consumption. You can check the Recycle symbol code on them. Good luck finding glass and non leaded metal for hoses and spigots for your home and NON PVC pipes for your Plumbing! HAHAHA! Some people are the doom and gloom and never can find anything good to say!

  2. Terry says:

    Get a “real” life.

  3. Randy says:

    The orange cup ones with the yellow valve are the only ones that work good an do not leak, I have tried several others with no luck. chickens figure out fast.

    All my water systems are gravity fed from my rainwater collection system, takes care of the goats, horses, chickens an dogs. Your city water puts more chemicals in your water than they will ever get off of these, and I bet your home has plastic pipes in it somewhere.

  4. Corina Sugarman says:

    While this is a cute theoretical system unless you add bleach (vinegar won’t cut it, I’ve seen mold grow on vinegar in plastic tubs) to your water system then this will just be a mold filled sickness causing stink hole in a couple months and appears to be pretty difficult to clean properly if at all…

  5. Robert says:

    Oh dear Lord what will the hospitals use instead of plastics. Can you just imagine the ease of packing blood bags in a cooler box if they use glass containers instead, let alone the cost and the extra care needed for the handling of them, drop one and it’s blood and glass everywhere.

    • Nana Kay says:

      All I.V. solutions used to be in glass. The reason sited above is one of the reasons why they are not done that way any longer. It was found to be safer for all concerned to have the solutions in plastic.
      Plastics now are much more friendly than back in my day for one they are BHP free.
      Me….. I’m putting one together this next weekend!!
      Happy chickens to All!!!

  6. Nana Kay Wilson says:

    A new unused chimney brush 1 gal cleaning vinegar 2 Tsp borax and a few drops of Dawn dish soap to make it penetrate any “gunk” and it will even kill the MRSA virus.

  7. Pat says:

    Not sure how at 65 with poor shoulders I’d ever the the filled water jug up there. Otherwise I really like the concept.

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