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We have to clean them every week.
7/14/2014 11:00:18 PM
City water from automatic waterers
7/14/2014 10:10:46 PM
Large plastic tub.
7/14/2014 9:36:02 PM
7/14/2014 5:50:40 PM
one horse, one large bucket
7/14/2014 5:18:55 PM
water containers filled from home and taken to field everyday
7/14/2014 3:12:47 PM
300 gal white stock tank. Also occasionally used as a swimming pool for my ducks :)
7/14/2014 11:48:21 AM
shared buckets in pasture
7/14/2014 10:24:12 AM
My standardbred has the option of drinking from fresh water troughs or drinking from the pond
7/14/2014 7:16:45 AM
Fresh ground water pumped by a windmill
7/14/2014 6:40:43 AM
clean fresh water, 24/7/365
7/13/2014 8:46:56 PM
I have one horse on automatic watered and two on individule buckets to monitor water intake
7/13/2014 10:06:06 AM
7/13/2014 9:37:24 AM
my horse has access in his paddock to an individual water trough
7/12/2014 9:31:39 PM
tank under shade with small pump moving the water for mosquito control
7/12/2014 7:26:41 AM
buckets are freshened 2-3 times a day
7/11/2014 9:10:37 PM
Cast iron clawed foot bathtubs
7/11/2014 3:39:35 PM
With mosquito fish.
7/11/2014 10:51:37 AM
It's the only way to go!
7/11/2014 9:34:23 AM
Stock tanks outside and buckets inside, and don't forget the occasional mud puddle.
7/11/2014 8:03:11 AM
I keep both in the stalls in case the automatics go out. The same in their outside turnouts,
7/11/2014 3:25:04 AM
16 gallon water bucket, heated 16 gal bucket in cold season
7/10/2014 10:32:12 PM
twenty to thirty gallon containers
7/10/2014 8:52:43 PM
We use 55 gal poly barrels.
7/10/2014 8:35:43 PM
50 gallon tanks in each pen or pasture
7/10/2014 6:44:22 PM
mine have all of the above available depending on where they are
7/10/2014 6:22:14 PM
A tank, individual buckets, and their favorite -- a clean muck buckey
7/10/2014 2:22:38 PM
we bucket to monitor intake. all buckets are cleaned daily to protect water freshness and palatabili
7/10/2014 12:24:54 PM
So I can monitor how much they are drinking
7/10/2014 10:27:34 AM
bath tub, gets dumped & rinsed daily
7/10/2014 8:22:27 AM
Old claw foot bath tub
7/10/2014 7:41:55 AM
My research indicates horses physicial systems are geared towards several large gulps at a time
7/9/2014 11:54:38 PM
individual buckets and drums.
7/9/2014 10:45:44 PM
Large muck buckets
7/9/2014 7:09:56 PM
several larger communal buckets
7/9/2014 5:48:59 PM
Both automatic water inside the walk-in area in the barn and a stock tank outdoors.
7/9/2014 5:42:29 PM
Buckets in stalls, but again, we're lucky--we have a stream running through the turnout
7/9/2014 5:23:44 PM
Plastic drums 50+ gallon ones three per pasture
7/9/2014 4:48:08 PM
Water comed directly from a dug well
7/9/2014 4:42:17 PM
My horses prefer drinking from the stock tanks in their runs, but also have auto waterers in stalls.
7/9/2014 4:10:20 PM
With a fountain pump circulating the water like a fish tank.
7/9/2014 1:36:15 PM
Since most are out to pasture, stock is easiest, when needed to monitor intake , I go to individual
7/9/2014 1:31:04 PM
Here in AZ, our "buckets" are 30gal. half-barrels.
7/9/2014 1:08:05 PM
Sadly from a source which contains chlorine and flouride. Not good!
7/9/2014 11:33:04 AM
He's a bit spoiled so has Nelson Waterers in his stall and all his pastures,plus 2 hanging buckets.
7/9/2014 11:25:40 AM
While there is a small lake in the pasture I keep their stall buckets full and a large metal tank
7/9/2014 11:22:03 AM
all are cleaned and fresh water daily
7/9/2014 10:38:00 AM
large tub, scrubbed and refilled regularly
7/9/2014 9:59:22 AM
3 stock tanks, 1 per pasture, and a small duck pond fed from well they sometimes use too.
7/9/2014 9:04:55 AM
They each have a 30 gal. container. It needs to be filled twice a week, I empty & scrub then.
7/9/2014 2:48:23 AM
Stock tank,heated bucket in winter, He also loves slush water in the winter
7/8/2014 9:57:51 PM
Stock tank in pasture. Buckets in stalls.
7/8/2014 9:30:57 PM
manually filled every three days and either hosed out or scrubbed with a brush
7/8/2014 8:50:56 PM
used to use a stock tank. down to 1 horse so I use a clean, new muck bucket
7/8/2014 8:33:22 PM
They used to have access to natural sources but both became ill, my vet advised only buckets.
7/8/2014 7:52:46 PM
in paddock 1 to 2 clean muck buckets; individual buckets in stalls
7/8/2014 7:18:01 PM
My 2 have their own large barrle sized buckets
7/8/2014 7:15:19 PM
city water & water changed daily for buckets
7/8/2014 7:03:41 PM
25 gal. barrels, dumped, rinsed & refilled daily; in AZ heat they drink a lot!
7/8/2014 6:45:32 PM
Pails in their in-and-out stalls. Stock tank in the indoor ring/drylot combo. Never without.
7/8/2014 6:33:34 PM
Have two sources available so they always have access to clean water
7/8/2014 6:13:54 PM
2 horse 5 sheep 50 gal tank checked and cleaned often heated if needed
7/8/2014 5:21:14 PM
stock tank w/ float; auto waterers in stalls
7/8/2014 5:17:06 PM
Best thing I ever put in.
7/8/2014 4:47:55 PM
Stock tank with constant water flow for freshness
7/8/2014 4:23:57 PM
We built an awning over the tank.It keeps the water really cool here in SC in the summer.
7/8/2014 3:42:08 PM
Oddly they prefer the stock tank, go figure.
7/8/2014 3:06:50 PM
2 X 20 Gallon buckets for 3 horses
7/8/2014 2:33:40 PM
100 gallon tank, cleaned regularly for 3 horses. Buckets in stalls
7/8/2014 12:06:25 PM
Waterers in paddocks, buckets in stalls.
7/8/2014 10:53:55 AM
I rather fill up outside tanks each day so i can see how much and it is fresh
7/8/2014 10:05:39 AM
Stock tank in the pasture, buckets when in the stalls
7/8/2014 9:17:10 AM
My horse has an auto waterer in his paddock and two buckets in his stall.
7/8/2014 8:28:41 AM
7/8/2014 7:42:24 AM
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