|by Sheila D. White "Sheila White"||Date Added: Saturday 29 June, 2013|
this is a versatile product. the base will fit many different jar sizes. . . . even some off brand non canning type jars. it is convenient and easy to clean and very sturdy.
|by K. Smith||Date Added: Friday 21 June, 2013|
I needed a small water container for my 3 chickens that fits inside their coop for times during the day & night that they are not are free ranging. This is a great size for a full days worth of water but does not take up lots of room. I put it up on a flat rock so it does not get scratched full of dirt and it stays clean.
|by Lordy||Date Added: Friday 21 June, 2013|
But I noticed it started to rust inside the dish. Weird that a water container would rust. but if you have a mason jar, this works perfect.
|by nathalie giroux||Date Added: Friday 07 June, 2013|
I have 5 chicks and needed something for them. this works great as a waterer.. I now put it outside so they have a back up drinking dish and they use it just fine :)
|by Marcos||Date Added: Tuesday 04 June, 2013|
Easy to clean, UV resistant. Ideal for small chicks. I am using it for the first two months of age.
|by Dan Bobinski||Date Added: Friday 25 January, 2013|
My daughter recently acquired 5 Coturnix Quail which she keeps as pets in a large cage. This watering tray fits nicely on a large mason jar and is easy to clean. My only advice would be to set the tray up on something to keep it away from any cage bedding if you're going to use it in a cage. The quail have a habit of kicking their bedding into the water, which makes the water more like mud. If it's up on a wooden block or similar that greatly minimizes the problem. The quail are quite adept at reaching their water even when it's a few inches off the floor.