Avian Aqua Miser: Automatic, poop-free chicken waterers


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Best-sellers:
EZ Miser $65
For up to 15 chickens (or 60 chicks for their first month)
Our premade EZ Miser is a second-generation waterer that makes clean water even simpler.

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2 pack EZ Miser kit
$43
For up to 34 chickens
Enjoy all the benefits of our premade EZ Miser in economical kit form.  Larger kits are available, allowing you to water your flock for as little as 86 cents per bird.

Avian Aqua Miser
Working Chicken Combo Pack
(3 Avian Aqua Miser Originals)
$60
For up to 15 chickens
Our Avian Aqua Miser Originals are easy to fit into a brooder or tractor and are also perfect in coops.  Click here for details (and to see other premade Avian Aqua Miser Original options starting at $30).

PVC pipe chicken waterer
  3 pack DIY kit with drillbit
$35
For up to 50 chickens
Our economical Avian Aqua Miser Original kits
start at $15 and include complete assembly instructions for brooder waterers, PVC pipe waterers, bucket waterers, heated waterers, self-filling gutter waterers, and more.
What's so special about our chicken waterers?
Chick waterer
The Avian Aqua Miser and EZ Miser are perfect for chicks from day 1 through old age!  Chicks stay healthy with dry bedding and clean water and hens are healthier with POOP-free water to drink.

Our new-and-improved EZ Miser makes it even simpler to fill your waterer and mount it without hanging.  Economical EZ Miser kits allow you to install EZ Miser spouts in the sides of your own container, whether that's a 5-gallon bucket or a 40-gallon drum.

PVC chick waterer
Save even more when you use our Avian Aqua Miser Original kits to build PVC pipe waterers, heated waterers, and more!  High-quality Avian Aqua Miser nipples last for years with no dripping.

All of our waterers are perfect for fowl ranging from chickens and turkeys to ducks and quail.

Anna and Mark

Let us take the guesswork out of happy hens!


Our Chicken Adventures:
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Survivor chickens
Posted early Wednesday morning, July 23rd, 2014 by Anna
First pullet egg of 2014
Posted early Monday morning, July 21st, 2014 by Anna
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Feeding June Bugs to chickens?
Posted early Wednesday morning, July 16th, 2014 by mark
Merging a duck and chicken flock
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Cedar roosts for chickens
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Feeding mice to chickens?
Posted early Wednesday morning, July 9th, 2014 by mark
Lazy ducks
Posted early Monday morning, July 7th, 2014 by Anna
Improving soil with cover crops and chickens
Posted early Friday morning, July 4th, 2014 by Anna
Do chickens like to swing?
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