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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    Chicken watterers are a bit different because I think the birds mess up normal bowls? I am trying to think of a design that might work....
    how about a stainless mixing bowl? that's what I used for this set up. dog food bowls averaged about $7-$10 for each bowl. I picked these up at the dollar store for $1.50 each. they are nice and deep and have a good ridge to sit on the lid..wayyy better then any food dish I seen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    Chicken watterers are a bit different because I think the birds mess up normal bowls? I am trying to think of a design that might work....
    What if you cut their peckers off...

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    Most chicken feeders hold water over the through and use gravity and suction to hold the water up there until it is needed. Chickens are odd birds and like rabbits, like to flip over bowls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    Most chicken feeders hold water over the through and use gravity and suction to hold the water up there until it is needed. Chickens are odd birds and like rabbits, like to flip over bowls.
    well doing something like this wouldn't allow them to flip them over. even if they tried. the bowl ledge hangs on the top of the box so there is no way they could knock em over even if they tried

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    This is a pretty smart idea! No need for Fido to keep bending down to eat and drink and lots of places to keep all his toys in storage! You should actually start producing this en mass. I'm sure a lot of pet lovers would snap this up at the stores!
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    Great site "addicted2diy". At a later time when I get some tools, I will make a modified version of this for 4 indoor cats. I love the plans. Well laid out and easy to follow.

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    Nice setup for the pup JustSomeGuy.

    I built this for my pup Jordan a few years ago.
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    Nice work on that food stand storage


 
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