Little giant 2 gallon galvanized fount. Can be used with little giant heater base to give your flock a supply of water all year long.
5 gallon metal fount
5 gallon galvanized fount. great for medium sized flocks. Can be used with little giant heater base to give your flock a supply of water all year long.
8 Gallon metal fount
8 gallon galvanized fount. Serious about production? Take care of large flocks with this 8 gallon waterer. Can be used with little giant heater base to give your flock a supply of water all year long
Heater base for metal founts
Keep your flock hydrated all year long with this heater base. For use with little giant 2, 5 and 8 gallon metal founts. Use down to 10 degrees F. Should be used with a GFCI electrical outlet.
3 gallon automatic waterer
Great for the backyard flock looking for ease of use and high capacity.
5 gallon automatic waterer
Standard waterer for meat summer meat production. Large capacity. Made of dent-proof, heavy-duty translucent plastic that allows you to see the water level. The easy-to-fill jar snaps compactly onto the base, and the rugged handle makes transport around the yard easy.
7 gallon automatic waterer
For large flocks of 20-35 chickens. possibly more if the water is changed every day. Also great for turkeys and ducks.
11 pound plastic feeder
This is a great economy-priced Hanging Poultry Feeder designed exclusively for the hobbyist, but with some nice features. The feed pan has anti-scratch vanes to help prevent crowding and feed waste, and the feed-saver lip minimizes spillage
22 pound plastic feeder
Large 22 pound feeder can feed up to 30 chickens for two or three days depending on the flocks.
12 pound galvanized hanging feeder
Hanging feeders save floor space, reduce waste by eliminating scratching, and cut down on debris in the feed. Constructed of heavy-gauge galvanized steel for many years of service, with rolled edges for safety.
30 pound galvanized feeder
For the serious poultry grower. High capacity feeder for the large flock. can feed 50 or more chickens for two or more days depending on the flock.