Farm Innovators Heated Poultry Fountain

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Farm Innovators Heated Poultry Fountain

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Farm Innovators Heated Poultry Fountain
 
This heated poultry fountain has a 100 watt thermostatically controlled heater built into the base. It features a unique bottom-fill method and can used year round. During the winter the unit will work automatically and keep the water in the 3 gallon reservoir from freezing down to 0° F. 
 
Product Features: 
  • 100 Watts
  • Thermostatically controlled heater built in base
  • Easy fill bottom
  • Designed to hang
  • Ideal for year round use
  • UL Listed
  • 1 year Limited Manufacturer warranty
Item Specifications:
 
Size: 
12" x 12" x 16"
3 Gallon Capacity
 
Cord Length:
2"
 
Item Weight: 
3.5 lbs. 

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Great price!
Amie S on Jan 20, 2016
sale price
mike g on Jan 9, 2015
the reason I purchased this poultry fountain is because where I live the winters get cold and the water freezes and then the chickens stop laying eggs. I need my eggs to feed my family.
Lorie R on Dec 30, 2015
How to fill?
A shopper on Oct 20, 2014
Best Answer: 1. With the unit unplugged and the reservoir empty, securely fasten the reservoir and tabs into the slots on the red base. 2. Put a small piece of sponge into the rectangular opening near the bottom of the reservoir. This helps to minimize water spillage when turning unit right-side up. 3. Turn unit upside down and place on level ground. 4. Remove rubber stopper from hole on bottom and fill reservoir maybe 80% full. Replace rubber plug. 5. With one hand placed on the bottom of the red base and the other hand on the top of the reservoir near the handle, carefully turn the unit right-side up and place it back on the ground. If you need to then transport it to the coop, it’s best to support the bottom of the unit with your hand as you carry it to the coop. 6. Remove sponge. 7. Plug unit in.
Reply · Report · Stacy MStaff on Oct 28, 2014
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Where do u put the water in the winter outside or inside where u have shavings and they kick it it the water? and can u put water on a cemet blocks outside?
Karen on Sep 24, 2015
Best Answer: We had ours outside in the coupe on a concrete block and it works great. Best purchase for the chicken's water we've ever made.
Reply · Report · Sherry K on Sep 25, 2015
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Looking for heating for pet duck??
denise P on Oct 9, 2015
Best Answer: Ducks like to dip their food in their water and somewhat regurgitate as they drink. These little fountains fill up with that nastiness and it all turns to disgusting soup. We have found that a wooden box with a hole cut out in the middle and a heated horse bucket sitting down in the hole works best because the duck "puke" goes to the bottom of the bucket and the water on top that they drink stays pretty clean. The top of the bucket is about 8" above the wooden platform of the box so the ducks have a place to stand. We keep the bucket under a downspout so it fills itself whenever there is rain, and I can add a bucket of water any time without fighting gravity or spillage. My only concern has been that a duck might get in the bucket and be stuck, but as long as the water is near the top they can get out. I still have to dump the bucket about once a week but I know their drinking water is relatively clean. Our ducks are brilliant layers year round and I sell the eggs so clean water is a must.
Reply · Report · Cindy D on Jan 20, 2016
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How long is the cord and does it wrap under the base when not in use?
A shopper on Oct 14, 2015
Best Answer: The cord is 2 feet long, so it would be too short to wrap under the base when not in use. Farm Innovators also advises us that a heavy duty outdoor extension cord can be used with this fountain.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Oct 21, 2015
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