Chicken Water Heater




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Antonio Madrid: http://www.amazon.com/Amazing-Wooden-Chicken-Feeder-liters/dp/B00VGJPVMQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1429471224&sr=8-1&keywords=amazing+chicken+feeder

aquabarrel: Use a 5 gallon bucket and make a nipple waterer with nipples on the side use this unique nipple:
http://www.aquabarrel.com/product_poultry_bucket_waterer_parts.php

For a simple feeder you might like this one: http://www.aquabarrel.com/product_poultry_bucket_feeder_parts.php

Rhiahl: This is a really good idea...  Unfortunately, won't work in -30 weather :)  It gave me some ideas though.....  Maybe if I move back down south.

TooSlow4U2: Thanks for posting this tutorial up for us. I actually watched this a few times this last summer while trying to come up with some sorta idea of what to build but just now got everything together and I built virtually the identical warmer that you built. It is just now getting down to freezing temps at night here in southern Indiana. I presently have a 1" thick piece of flat limestone being used for a cap as an insulator between the flu pipe & the actual watering container but I'm having some issues trying to figure out the bulb size to use or at least the easiest way to control the temperature. With a 100W bulb, the limestone cap is barely transferring heat. With a infrared heat bulb (red glow type) being used inside, the limestone cap reaches almost 455 degrees when checking it with an infrared temperature probe device. I may try a regular flood lamp bulb next just to see how that works. I thought about getting a "thermo-cube" to try too.

Dylan Meier: how cold does it get where you live?

HOSS-IT-IS: I put my lamp in a fire place flue it is the inter liner in a chimney. then I put a piece of aluminum on top I had to replace the piece of concrete pad I had on the top it did not transfer heat good my water was still freezing. so I put the piece of aluminum.and that did the trick.

Tom Thao: Just wondering do electric supply have pot or where do you get your pot cement to sit heat lamp in?

couerl: Great idea, I bet it could even be simpler than that, an extension cord and an old lamp or something.. Gonna think about this some more..
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