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Rugged Ranch High End Hen Poultry Waterer

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The Rugged Ranch High End Hen Poultry Waterer naturally keeps out and virtually eliminates algae and slime from your bird's water' keeping the water fresh and clean for a much longer period of time.

  • Mounts inside or outside of any style coop and easily mounts to barns or other stationary objects
  • Feeder is kept elevated and out of reach from rodents and their dangerous diseases that can contaminate the water
  • German-made float helps to keep the water clean and fresh by keeping dirt and bedding out
  • Waterer holds 2 gallons of water and is easily fillable utilizing the outside mounting system
  • Includes all mounting hardware

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Specification Description
Brand: Rugged Ranch
Product Type: Feeders
Product Height: 23 ft.
Product Length: 5 ft.
Product Weight: 4 lb.
Product Width: 5 ft.
Ant Protection: Yes
Capacity: 2 gal.
Material: PVC
Pet Size: All
Warranty: 30 Days Limited
Manufacturer Part Number POULTRYWTR
Rugged Ranch High End Hen Poultry Waterer is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 26.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice waterer Good quality have 12 chickens and it holds for two days. My guys are owned at night and free range daytime. Keeps water fresh and clean so far. A little difficult to put water head on when assembling but so far love it.
Date published: 2018-08-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from waterer Terrible set up. Who in the world can get their arm into the tube to put the attachment on. The end should screw off or come already attached. Otherwise works well. attaching is a little tricky.
Date published: 2018-07-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great idea Have the feeder and it saves alot of grain.Have not set up waterer yet but will be very happy if works the same.
Date published: 2018-07-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Love the idea, but drinking cup needs improvement We have both the feeder and the waterer. We use the feeder year round and have had them both for about one year. Love the feeder. The waterer we only use in warmer weather and the design is terrific. The chickens use it without issue. However, we replaced the drinking cup once and now it is broken again! Really sucks on something that is less than a year old and only used half of that time. I expect better for the price. The tiny plastic holding the bobber is just too delicate.
Date published: 2018-06-27
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Our chicken run has much smaller screen openings (1/2" square) and we also have horizontal support boards that are 1-1/2" thick. So, we're wondering if we could attach a tube between the canister and water cup to thread it through the screen.

Asked by: designhead
If need be depending on how thick your screen is you can clip a small opening for the waterer. We've done that for our Raised Wood Coop #112 which has very small squares. The most important thing is that you have solid horizontal wood to mount the brackets.
Answered by: Rugged Ranch Answers
Date published: 2017-10-16

Can this be used for rabbits?

Asked by: JoBlack
We've never tested it for Rabbits but this is a float style not pecking waterer. So I'm not 100% sure if the cup is big enough for the bunny to drink the water out of.
Answered by: Rugged Ranch Answers
Date published: 2018-04-25

Is there any way to "winterize" this waterer?

Asked by: DJST
We are current working a heater for the waterer but have not been able to successfully winterize it.
Answered by: Rugged Ranch Answers
Date published: 2017-11-03

Does the float automatically fill the cup or do the chickens have to peck at the float in order for the cup to fill?

Asked by: dpatt
The float auto fills the cup. When water level goes down, the float pushes the inner value to release the water until the fill level is appropriate then shuts off.
Answered by: Rugged Ranch Answers
Date published: 2018-04-20

I have 8 hens, for pets & eggs.We have been using the "High End Hen" water & "so far so good". We will be moving the 8 week old chicks to their outside home soon and my question is: "Is one "High End Hen" enough for my 8 hens, in a 6' x 13' run?" Thanks

Asked by: LauraJean
If the chickens are already accustomed to sharing then it should be no problem. It's going to depends on the birds, as we have some people using 1 for 10 birds and others only 6.
Answered by: TSCJenny
Date published: 2018-04-20

The specs say it is 25 ft high by 5.5 ft long by 4.5 ft wide! Is this a typo? I am assuming it is and inches was meant not ft?  Product Height: 25 ft. Product Length: 5-1/2 ft. Product Weight: 3 lb. Product Width: 4-1/2 ft.

Asked by: Giud
Thank you for this information....the correct specs are 24" high and has a circumference of 4.5", I will contact Tractor Supply to correct.
Answered by: Rugged Ranch Answers
Date published: 2018-05-26

How does the water tube attach to bracket and how many brackets are there? Is it a clamp that goes around the tube?

Asked by: Cheetah42
There are 2 metal brackets for attaching onto wood style coop and 2 plastic clips that gets screwed on the tube itself. As for the clips screwing onto the tube, location will depend if you will do a inside (back) mount or outside (front) mount.
Answered by: Rugged Ranch Answers
Date published: 2018-04-20

How will this do in a New England winter? Do you recommend installation inside the coop? If it is outside, is it enough to have a water heater inserted inside the pipe?

Asked by: ketkoota
For the colder areas, I would definitely advise putting it inside to keep the water flowing. As the cup itself will be exposed to the weather if outside so the water is going to freeze.
Answered by: Rugged Ranch Answers
Date published: 2018-04-20
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