The Dine a Chook Chicken Drinker Twin Pack is true game-changer. Backyard farms around Australia trust in the Quality Chicken Drinkers of Dine A Chook for good reason. They don't let you down. Simple to install, our set of two Dine A Chook Chicken Waterers keep a large flock of up to 16 laying hens hydrated. Also, the lubing cup system is respected worldwide as one of the best ways to prevent dirt, mould, algae and faecal matter (poop) ending up in the drinking water. So that means clean fresh water for your hens every day. Dine a Chook 4 Litre Drinker - Two Cups for up to 8 hens also available
Dine a Chook Chicken Drinker Twin Pack contents:
- 2 x Genuine Australian Made Dine A Chook chicken drinkers
- 4 x German lubing cups for 16 chickens
- Complimentary mounting kit
The Dine a Chook Chicken Drinker Twin Pack is the backyard chicken keepers new best friend. With the highest quality components, it is made to last.
And it's not just for hens, other birds can use it also:
Pheasants, Ducks, Adult Quails and also Pigeons.
Large Chicken Drinker details:
- Size: 4 Litre Chicken Drinker. Suits up to 8 birds per drinker
- Automatically refills the lubing cup
- Easy to refill, simply take off top lid.
- Helps prevent mud, dirt and poop ending up in the water
- Anti-Algae design
- Prevents spills to keep the coop floor dry
- 100 % industrial ASA Plastic - won't crack in the sun - better than PVC
- German Lubing cup prevents contamination of the water with dirt or feed
- No lead or BPA
- Comes with a mounting kit
Where to locate the Chicken Drinker?
Just like you, poultry loves cold refreshing water. So it is important regardless of what poultry drinker you choose that it is located in a shady place to avoid the water getting hot. By placing your drinkers in different locations in the coop or run your birds have access easily at all times.
Does it require maintenance?
Generally no. However, you should clean your lubing drinker cups every week or two to prevent grime from building up. Also, about the lubing cups. We have provided you with Dine A Chook upgraded floats. These allow more water into the cup as well as automatically fill the drinker cup as the water depletes. So you hens always have water in the cup. Genius idea.
*Critically Important - Always monitor for the first few hours so you can ensure the smallest bird in the flock can access the water in the lubing cup. If the bird can not access the water slightly lower the position of the system.
Congratulations. You now have Australia's Best Automatic Chicken Drinker System installed in your chicken coop - Genuine Dine A Chook.
Dine A Chook shipping charges are outlined below and are for all Australian and New Zealand orders.
|Up to 1kg||$9.95|
|1 - 3kg||$12.95|
|3 - 5kg||$14.95|
|5 - 7kg||$19.95|
|Over 7kg||Calculated at checkout|
|Order over $199 with a total weight under 7kg - Excludes Bulk Bird Netting||Free Shipping - Use Coupon Code 'Free Shipping'|
How is your order shipped?
All Dine A Chook orders are sent using Australia Post unless otherwise stated. All orders require a signature at the time of delivery unless you provide an authority to leave. We deliver to Residential and Business addresses, PO Boxes and Parcel Lockers.
Every Dine a Chook delivery is completely insured for the total value of the items despatched and insurance coverage includes loss and damage during transit. In the unlikely event, you receive a broken item contact our office via the contact us page within 3 working days of signing for the goods so we can arrange for a replacement.
|State||Estimated delivery (business days)|
|New South Wales||3-5 days|
|South Australia, Tasmania & ACT||6-8 days|
|Western Australia & Northern Territory||8-12 days|
With the exception of busy times of the year, orders received before 11am are generally shipped out that same day.
Q. What is the Chicken Drinker made from?
A. Dine A Chook drinkers are made with ASA Industrial Plastic. This is stronger and more durable than PVC when exposed to the elements.
Q. Does the plastic release any chemicals into the water?
A. No, our Drinkers are BPA and chemical free so your hens only get fresh clean water
Q. How much water does a hen drink a day?
A. An average hen will consume between 500ml – 750ml per day depending on the weight of the bird as well as the weather conditions.
Q. Does the Drinker develop algae?
A. The Dine A Chook drinker is designed to block out UV so to inhibit the growth of algae.
Q. Do chickens need to press down on the float in the drinker cup?
A. No. Our upgraded floats automatically fill the lubing cup with water.
Warranty1. The Dine A Chook Drinker comes with a full 3 year warranty against manufacturing defect.
2. The lubing cups come with a full 12 month warranty against manufacturing defect.