Avian Aqua Miser: Automatic, poop-free chicken waterers

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EZ Miser kits

EZ Miser
kit
Kit size
Price
Maximum number of chickens watered*
2 pack EZ
(Contains: two EZ Miser spouts, two gaskets, one hole saw set, 1 CD with bonus materials, 1 paper instruction sheet, 1 sticker)
$43
Free shipping in the U.S
.  If you live internationally, please scroll down and click on the buttons at the bottom of the page.
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4 pack EZ
(Contains: four EZ Miser spouts, four gaskets, one hole saw set, 1 CD with bonus materials, 1 paper instruction sheet, 1 sticker)
$75
Free shipping in the U.S.  If you live internationally, please scroll down and click on the buttons at the bottom of the page.
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6 pack EZ
(Contains: six EZ Miser spouts, six gaskets, one hole saw set, 1 CD with bonus materials, 1 paper instruction sheet, 1 sticker)
$88
Free shipping in the U.S.  If you live internationally, please scroll down and click on the buttons at the bottom of the page.
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*Note on kit selection: How many chickens can be watered by an EZ Miser kit depends on both the kit size and on the size of the container you install the EZ Miser spouts into.  Please provide at least one spout per 17 birds to ensure each of your chickens has room to drink, and allow at least one cup of water per bird per day.  A five-gallon bucket with two EZ spouts installed will hold 4 gallons (64 cups) of usable water and will water up to 34 chickens (with the water lasting at least a Five-gallon EZ
Miserday and a half).  A two-gallon bucket with two EZ spouts contains 1.5 gallons of usable water (24 cups), which is only enough water for 24 chickens for a day.

About the EZ Miser: You can read more about the EZ Miser here.  Our kits can be used to make an EZ Miser just like the ones we sell premade, or you can use the spouts in a larger bucket or even a 55-gallon drum.  Use your imagination!

How to build your EZ Miser: The embedded video below shows how simple it is to build an EZ Miser using one of our kits.  You can also download the pdf instruction file here.

Bonus materials.  Every order comes with:

Chicken-related hole
saw projects

Other uses for your hole saw set:  After using your hole saw set to make your EZ Miser, find out how you can use the same tools to make an automatic chicken feeder, to install perches, and more!

Do you have your own 1.25-inch hole saw?  You can save a bit of cash by choosing our EZ Miser Add-on kits.

Want to pay by check or money order?   Download an order form (pdf format).

Shipping and handling are always free within the U.S.!  We also have a 100% money back guarantee.  If you're not thrilled with your kit, just mail it back within 12 months and we'll refund your purchase price.  You pay return shipping.

On a tight budget?  Our Original DIY kits allow you to water your chickens for as little as 30 cents per bird.

Sounds like too much trouble?  Our premade EZ Misers and premade Avian Aqua Miser Originals are also quite economical and are ready to use straight out of the box.

International customers: Our Original DIY kits are the most economical option for international customers, with low shipping rates.  Unfortunately, the size of our EZ Miser kits makes them more expensive to ship outside the U.S., but we are willing to do so at-cost, adding $19 onto the price of each kit.  Please buy using the buttons below for international shipping:

2 pack EZ kit abroad:
$62
4 pack EZ kit abroad:
$94
6 pack EZ kit abroad:
$107





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The kit was great! And the chicks are loving it. Much cleaner and cheaper than the waterer we were using before! We appreciate your product.
Comment by Amanda at lunch time on Friday, September 27th, 2013
We got it in the mail the week before last and my husband has now had it set up for over a week and we just had to refill it yesterday. It is working very very well. Thank you so much for it.
Comment by Kelly late Monday morning, October 14th, 2013






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