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Heated Poultry Waterer
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click to enlarge 4HPW Heated Poultry Waterer 3 Gallon $41.95 now $33.99
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Heated Poultry Waterer

This plastic waterer has a built-in thermostatically controlled 100 watt heater, making this waterer suitable for all seasons. It will hold 3 gallons of water. Cord plugs into your own extension cord. Updated version of this waterer: Base has higher wall for greater stability in holding the fount in the base. It also now has a 10" cord and a hook on the base to hold the cord. Fills from the bottom. Use this item only in a dry sheltered area.
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Customer Product Reviews
We like this waterer because you can fill it without having to remove the base (by using the stoppered hole in the bottom). If the hose is frozen, we use a watering can with the sprinkler head removed. After a little practice, you can quickly flip it over without any spilling.
As the description states, you fill it from the bottom through either a garden hose sized hole that has a rubber seal, or you could remove the base, fill with a bucket, then thread the base on. We thought the process is not user friendly, and prone to a lot of spilt water, cold fingers.
I have been using one of these heaters since November and haven't had a single problem with it! It works extremely well in our cold winter climate. It keeps the water from freezing but does not get the water too warm.