Posted on August 3, 2016


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  1. Well done you have saved me time and money and the Ducks loveit. Jonathan Jones Albany WA..

  2. I desperately need one that won’t get clogged. Thanks!..

  3. When I go away for a day or two, I put a bucket full of water (sized so ducks can reach their heads into it) inside a clam-shell pool which also haswater in it. The clam shell water gets the dibble-dirt and poo, the bucket water stays clean. I put out at least two of these, for 5 ducks..


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  1. Any thoughts on making this setup capable of surviving freezing weather?..

  2. !!Well done you have saved me time and money and the Ducks loveit. Jonathan Jones Albany WA..

  3. Thanks for the idea and conversation starter, Eric!..



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  1. I would like to build something similar to that before my Pekin ducks are old enough to go outside.Any helpwould be appreciated..

  2. Great idea. Thank you.I have the drippers they peck for chickens but was trying to figure out what to have for ducks.I was trying to figure out away for keeping fresh water and satisfy ducks need to dips heads/eyes in water.To remedy the ease of cleaning out, a 5 gallon bucket could be usedthe same way with easy to remove lid for rinsing.I use hanging 5 gallon buckets (and used “cat litter” buckets) for my chicken dripperstoo..

  3. I agree with Maurice about the silt.It’s a good idea to keep the poo out of the waterer by restricting access to duck heads and necks only,but it’s a little harder to clean the inevitable silt out compared to an open-top bucket.We have an open-top 3 gallon bucket with a morerobust float valve that never clogs with silt.I haven’t seen the ducks poo into the open top bucket because it’s taller than theirrumps.I dump out the bucket and silt every week or so..