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Farm Innovators Model HPF-100 All-Seasons Heated Plastic Poultry Fountain, 3 Gallon, 100-Watt
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- Thermostatically controlled to operate only when necessary
- Prevents water from freezing down to 0-degree F
- Ideal for year round use
- 100 Watts
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 30.48 x 40.64 x 30.48 cm; 1.02 Kilograms
- Date First Available : Oct. 11 2010
- Manufacturer : Farm Innovators
- Place of Business : PLYMOUTH, IN, 46563 US
- ASIN : B001CCSJCQ
- Item model number : HPF-100
- Department : Racks/Futons
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,309 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
- Customer Reviews:
Three gallon water capacity in reservoir. Thermostatically controlled to operate only when necessary. Keeps water from freezing down to 0 F.
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What’s in the box:
- Heated Plastic Poultry Fountain
- Red base with attached power cord
- Three-gallon reservoir
- Instruction sheet
Farm Innovators Heated Plastic Poultry Fountain
Helps keep water from freezing during the winter
The Farm Innovators Heated Poultry Fountain is a patented 'all-seasons' heated plastic poulty fountain designed to keep water unfrozen and available for year round usage. It is thermostatically controlled to operate and heat only when necessary. The Heated Poultry Fountain holds up to three gallons of water and uses only 100 watts of power, enabling it to keep water from freezing down to 0° F. It can be filled from the bottom without having to remove the top.
- Three gallon water capacity in reservoir
- 100 watts of power
- Re-fills from bottom without having to remove reservoir top
- Can be hung or placed on flat surface
- Thermostatically controlled to operate only when necessary
- Prevents water from freezing down to 0° F
- Ideal for year-round use
Farm Innovators Heated Base for Metal Poultry Founts
The Farm Innovators HP-125 Heated Base is designed to prevent water from freezing in all double-wall metal poultry founts in temperatures as low as 10° F. It features a built-in 125-watt heater which is thermostatically controlled to operate only when necessary. The bottom cover keeps straw and other debris away from the heating element for safety. It is intended for outdoor use in a dry and covered area.
Farm Innovators Chicken Waterer Deicer, One Size
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Farm Innovators Heated 2-Gallon Poultry Drinker
Farm Innovators’ Heated 2-Gallon Poultry Drinker provides chickens with easy access to clean water year-round. The 3 side-mounted drip-free and freeze-free nipples accommodate up to 15 chickens. The unique design allows for the bucket to be hung or placed on the ground. A built-in 60 watt heater is thermostatically controlled to work automatically. Top removes for easy filling.
Farm Innovators Heated Chicken Mat, 13” x 19”
This heated mat provides your flock with a warm place to rest during cold winter months. Ideal for baby chicks to adults in coops, nesting areas and pens. Constructed of durable, easy-to-clean, high impact ABS plastic and is thermostatically controlled to operate automatically. A red indicator light shows when the unit is operating. The mat can be mounted vertically or horizontally. 60 watts. One year limited warranty.
Farm Innovators Digital Circulated Air Incubator with Automa
The Farm Innovators Digital Circulated Air Incubator is easy to use and can accommodate up to 41 eggs. The Incutek heater warms to a factory pre-set temperature of 100° F within minutes. A digital display shows temperature, humidity, and days to hatch (days-to-hatch countdown timer is adjustable for a variety of eggs). The automatic egg turner turns the eggs completely every four hours to eliminate manual handling and improve hatch rate. The high/low temperature notification light flashes when temperature is below 97° F or above 103° F. A large picture window provides a 360° unobstructed view inside the incubator, great for educational observation. The deep bottom tray accommodates even large duck and goose eggs.
Farm Innovators Still Air Incubator
The Farm Innovators Still Air Incubator easily accomodates up to 4 dozen eggs. A built-in hygrometer measures both internal temperature and relative humidity. Solid state circuitry provides long lasting and reliable temperature setting. A red indicator light shows when the heater is operating. Two large 9-1/2-inch by 3-1/2-inch viewing windows allow for observation of eggs. An additional thermometer is included. This is a great incubator for hobbyists and for educational purposes. Made with insulating polystyrene foam. 120 volts; 40 watts; 0.33 amps.
Farm Innovators Economical 1 1/2-Gallon Round Heated Pet Bow
This 1.5 gallon heated pet bowl is thermostatically controlled to operate only when necessary. Great for pets. A heavy-duty 'anti-chew' cord protector deters chewing. Ideal for year-round use. 60 watts. One year limited warranty.
Farm Innovators 5-Gallon Flat-Back Heated Bucket
This Farm Innovators oversized 5 Gallon (24 Quart) heated bucket will keep water from freezing during the winter. It features a 120 watt built-in heater which is thermostatically controlled to operate only when necessary. It turns on around 35° F and shuts off approximately 60° F. The flat back design allows it to be hung on a wall. A hide-away cord compartment underneath the bucket allows you to store the cord during the warm weather, making this a year-round bucket. The 5’ long power cord is protected with a heavy-duty ‘anti-chew’ metal spring to deter chewing. It has a sturdy metal handle, plus a table of measurements for added convenience. This bucket is designed for horses. One year limited warranty.
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- filling it is inconvenient as it must be taken down and inverted to access the refill plug in the base. I wish it filled from the top
- the trough fills automatically by gravity, right to the top. There is no lip, so any slight movement causes a spill.
- it must be hung or placed on a raised platform, or the chickens can easily foul the water and kick litter into it.
- it already froze up, inside the coop, beginning with the trough area. It cannot compete with winter in Niagara.
problem#1: the exposed drinking area is so open that all the dropping just go in so easily in a matter of minute the water is fully spoiled
problem#2: it keeps on spilling! no matter what angel you put this on, it just to be so dead straight that it is just not possible in a pigeon loft that has a cage floor for the birds to walk on.
overall: do not buy this. looks nice in pictures but the quality of the product is just too bad. not worth the money.
By Puffarama on January 15, 2021
Last year was a nasty winter here in Canada and water was always available for the birds.
Yes, you have to flip the waterer over to fill - not a big deal to me. It's just like the normal, unheated versions.
Yes, the waterer must be level so it doesn't over fill. To me that's just common sense. Use a level platform or hang it.
I have all 3 hooked up and in use again this year. Everything is still working as they should.
I protected the electrical wire due to the fact we're dealing with birds here. They're dumb and peck at stuff. Don't be dumb and expect a wire to hold up to daily pecking.
Tip: put the water heater on an insulated platform to help it maintain heat. For lack of a better idea, I filled up an empty cardboard shoe box with wood chips, and it helped keep it working for another few degrees colder.
Overall, I appreciate having this option, but will be seeking something more effective for next year.
Just put 3 week old chicks in the coop and filled this sucker up, when I came back, most of the water in this unit was on the floor, the pine shavings soaking it all up.
Looks like it slowly kept filling the ring up until it started spilling everywhere.
To put the cherry on top, I used all of my pine shavings to cover the floor of my coop. When I went to the only place in town that sells farm supplies, I see they are now closed for the next 5 days.
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You're out in the freezing temps (because that's why you ordered a heated wateter) to refill water...first you unscrew the top & bring it inside the house to refill. Now it's full of water and there's no place to hang in to it except holding underneath. And it's open with water sloshing, so you have to be careful. Sure you could unplug the base and drag it with you trailing the cord behind, but ours is in a chicken coop. The cord was run through the wire and we're covering the plug with a plug cover for safety. So that would mean undoing all that every other day and redoing it out in the freezing cold. OK, so back to teetering this full water container without a lid...after you stroll through the house slopping water you get to the door...hope there's someone home to open the door. If not, your tucking this nasty wet container against you and holding it as careful as possible with 1 arm while you open the door to go back into the freezing cold. Now trudge back to the chicken coop and again snug the container with 1 arm while you open the coop. The birds all flock to you, because well, that's what they do, and you grab the bottom tray and after several attempts with freezing hands you think you've aligned the bottom just right, twist it to lock into place. You think you're home free now because you're losing feeling in your fingers...flip this bad boy over to sit it down only to realize the bottom was just ever so slightly out of line and it blows apart. Water explodes out the bottom and now your pants, muck boots, and chickens are soaked. And now you start over.
Bottom line, get a heated dog water bowl. Plus it's cheaper.
--- this only has a foot and a half long cord. You will need to purchase an extension.
Since the cord comes out of the bottom, I can't imagine a single scenario where this extremely short cord would suffice for barnyard use.
It's almost like the people who've designed their waterers don't have any experience with the animals they intend them for. I don't know if there is such a thing as a PERFECTLY level barn or coop, or a barn scenario where a foot and a half long cord is going to be safely out of reach for functioning.
I have 7 chickens and live in a climate that reaches -10 F at least once a winter. We ve had a spell of -5 F since I got this and the water didnt freeze. However, this is VERY poor quality. Other reviewers were not lying when they said it collapses. The only way to fill it is on the bottom which is "conveniently placed" so that it will not fill with a normal hose bib. You have to have a hose... hoses freeze so I have to take it into the kitchen sink to fill. I LOVE having chicken crap in my sink.
The only way to carry it once filled is to bear hug it because it is too flimsy to carry by the bottom like a normal plastic waterer. I LOVE hugging a waterer close to my face that smells like chicken crap. I also LOVE getting splashed in the face with water as i carry it back out. I could potentially use a bucket and funnel to fill it but the product should be designed that you dont need other equipment just to fill it up. It is not designed like a regular plastic waterer that you can lift the whole bottom off easily to fill.
In conclusion, look for a better product. This is a waste of your hard earned money.