Our watering units always supply your horse with clean, fresh water. They are designed to hold very little water until your horse activates the unit using the enticement bowl. This produces a gentle flow of clean, fresh water, always ensuring there is never any stagnate or dirty water.
This plastic drinking bowl with a lift-up tongue for horses and cattle is a great value alternative. 1/2” connection from below. Suitable for CPS heating devices.
Dimensions 280 x 215 x 170mm
Drinking bowl with a tube valve, recommended for horses and cattle. Cast iron bowl, entirely enamelled. Easily adjustable brass pipe valve with 1/2” connection from the top and bottom. Quiet water inflow, no splashing. Suitable for CPS heating devices.
Dimensions 260 x 210 x 180mm
Drinking bowl with a lift-up tongue, recommended for horses, dairy cows and bulls. Cast iron bowl, completely enamelled. Easy water rate adjustment under the tongue without needing to disassemble the valve – no tools required. Individual switch- off. 1/2” connection from top and bottom. Suitable for CPS heating devices.
Dimensions 310 x 240 x 190mm
Drinking bowl with a tube valve, recommended for horses, high quality plastic bowl, brass pipe valve with 1/2” connection from above for high pressure and low pressure.
Dimensions 300 x 260 x 240mm
Bowl protection bracket suitable for models Ideal, 10P and 20.
Dimensions – external 295 x 315 x 145mm (D x W x H)
Dimensions – internal 265 x 245 x 105mm (D x W x H)
Bowl protection bracket suitable for models 12P, SB 2, 25R, 115, SB 800/91, SB 2H and SB 22H.
Dimensions – external 345 x 345 x 170mm (D x W x H)
Dimensions – internal 305 x 280 x 125mm (D x W x H)
Turn your wheelbarrow into a water carrier! Our simple, practical and flexible water sack comes complete with an anti-slip mat for your wheelbarrow body.
Capacity approx. 80l.
Pure refreshment. Our water barrels for the paddock will ensure they have more than enough. Water tank for tractor towing up to 25km/h, with ball-head attachment.
400l Without brake or trough
600l Without brake or trough
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT UNIT
- Does the drinking model suit the type of animal and its age?
- Is the quantity of water per minute appropriate to what the animal needs?
- Can the watering unit be heated, i.e. is it suitable for installation in cold stables?
- Ensure that the height of the drinking bowl is appropriate for the size of the animal (refer to chart)
- Keep the drinking and feeding stations separate from each other
- Protect watering units from being damaged, e.g. by being kicked or shoved
- Protect water pipes and electrical cables from being bitten.
DAILY WATER REQUIREMENT
Adult horse at pasture - 15 – 30 litres
Adult horse, hay-fed - 45 – 60 litres
Foals, 200kg - 15 – 20 litres
Mare, lactating - 40 – 60 litres