All-In-One 2 Cup Chicken Waterer  (LOVE THIS ITEM! We never have dirty water and it remains filled for about 2 weeks)

All-In-One 2 Cup Chicken Waterer (LOVE THIS ITEM! We never have dirty water and it remains filled for about 2 weeks)

"DIY Off-Grid Chicken-Watering System" For the same cost as an indoor waterer, one reader built an outdoor system with 10x the capacity. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS Blog

DIY Off-Grid Chicken-Watering System - Homestead and Livestock

"DIY Off-Grid Chicken-Watering System" For the same cost as an indoor waterer, one reader built an outdoor system with the capacity.

An easy way to keep your flock watered and not have a mess with overturned water containers!

PVC Chicken Waterer

**PVC Chicken Waterer** An easy way to keep your flock watered and not have a mess with overturned water containers!

Bucket Chicken Waterer   Made from a 5 gallon bucket with lid and poultry water cups bought online. Total cost about $9-12 depending in if you use 1 or 2 cups   Drill holes in lower part of bucket with a 3/8 inch drill bit, screw in cups,  fill with water and close with a lid for the safety of your birds

Bucket Chicken Waterer Made from a 5 gallon bucket with lid and poultry water cups. Drill holes in lower part of bucket with a inch drill bit, screw in cups, fill with water and close with a lid for the safety of your birds

DIY Automatic Chicken Waterer!

Has a valve that keeps critters out and creates vacuum to keep water from spilling out. (Aunt Ruth's chicken's would like this!

This is my chicken water feeder that I made that keeps the water fresh without making a mess and keeps the flies out. #chickens # crooks #chicken-coop

How to Build a Chicken Coop in 4 Easy Steps [2nd Edition]

This is mi chicken water feeder that I made that keeps the water fresh without making a mess and keeps the flies out.

I like this waterer. Even if a tube fails, the others still have water in them.

I like this waterer. Even if a tube fails, the others still have water in them. also, could hook it up to water catchers so that your not using your water

DIY Homemade Chicken Waterer

Creating a homemade chicken waterer from a 5 gallon bucket and plant base--I think I will flip the bucket and just cover the hole with my finger when filling it then put the lid on. Might be easier than trying to flip it over.

Natural Chicken Keeping: Comparison of Poultry Cup Drinkers

This has a good link to a cheap feather plucker. Natural Chicken Keeping: Comparison of Poultry Cup Drinkers

homemade chicken waterer- so stinking simple and smart! (Wonder if you could do the same thing with a large "Gatorade" cooler and give your hens cool water in the summer.)

Homemade Chicken Drinker

(This would work for pets also.) homemade chicken waterer- so stinking simple and smart! (Wonder if you could do the same thing with a large "Gatorade" cooler and give your hens cool water in the summer.

Elevating the watering station helps keep the water clean and free from dirt and debris that the chickens might otherwise scratch up into it. Also surrounding with rocks cuts down on the dust in the water.

An inspiringly clean chicken coop

Keepign the chicken waterer clean. Position rocks and pebbles around it—no way any chicken can kick up dirt from stone! Anything a chicken-owner can do to keep a coop clean is a good thing. It keeps both hens and humans healthy.

DIY chicken water and feeder from 5-gallon buckets Only $1 EACH!! The ones at the feed store this size are 50-60 dollars!

DIY Chicken Waterer and Feeder From 5-Gallon Buckets

Chicken water and feeder buckets DIY. For the water bucket used the holes in the top method. For the feeder, I bolted a large pot plant saucer to the bottom of the bucket so I could suspend it from the coop roof to keep rats and mice out of the feed.

awesome chicken waterers - and you can keep them refrigerated in the summer to give cool water

Awesome DIY Chicken Waterers - keep refrigerated in summer to provide cold water in hot temps.

Build a Cinder Block Waterer Heater to Keep Your Chooks' Water from Freezing During the Winter!

Build a cinder block chicken waterer heater!

here's a must-have for those living in an area with extreme cold weathers and are raising chickens - a chicken waterer heater! This DIY project uses a cinder.

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