Eating fresh eggs and chicken meat grown in our own yard every day – more and more people are thinking about raising chickens to provide their family with such nutritional conditions. Achieving high poultry productivity is impossible without observing the requirements for drinking and feeding chickens. There should always be clean drinking water in the cage or house. The most convenient to use are homemade automatic chicken waterers or purchased at a store.
The rate of water that a chicken should consume depends on many factors: the temperature of the air, the age of the bird, and the feed consumed. On average, each individual should drink at least half a liter of water to exclude the possibility of dehydration. Continue reading “The Main Types and Requirements For Chicken Waterers”