@ JoLynnD1, be sure to leave the cap on the water jug to restrict the flow.
@ driscolldb, we haven't had problems with them roosting in the arms, probably because it is just a few inches off of the ground. We do have one bantam that likes to roost on the water jug.
@ KelseyF6, we posted the watering plans under pvc chicken waterer.
@ rjessup, 4 pipes hold a 5 gallon bucket of feed. Approximately 20 to 25 lbs of feed.
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