Drinking Post is the BEST auto waterer for cattle!
No Minimum Head Count
- Works the same with 25 cattle as it does with 1! (Max headcount = 25)
- Great for rotational grazing – move your cattle around freely
- Perfect for fluctuating herd sizes
- Posts can sit unused for long periods of time, no preparation needed!
Durable with 5 Year Warranty!
- Easily withstands the wear & tear of cattle and rugged ranch environments
- Made of strong materials – cattle can lean, rub, and scratch!
- The waterer is encased in a protective exterior sleeve
- Most of the Post is buried, providing stability
Fresh, Clean, and Cool Water!
- Fills and drains with every use
- No standing water means no algae growth, ice, bugs, or dirt/debris!
- Each drink is fresh and flows directly from the water line
- Water is the perfect drinking temp, 50 F/10 C
- No heaters or electricity!
- Functions & installs like a frost-free yard hydrant
- All water drains below the frostline with each use
- Save money by eliminating electricity costs
Check Out These Testimonials!
Drinking Post at K2 Angus Ranch (Fort Lupton, Colorado)
K2 Angus Ranch
If you ask K2 Angus Ranch, they’ll tell you that the Drinking Post is the best cattle waterer available! Colorado has both high summer heat and cold winter temperatures, so you need a waterer that can handle both. Drinking Post tackles warm weather issues like algae growth, as well as cold weather issues like freezing! Join K2 and get rid of your troughs and tanks! The Drinking Post is the perfect solution for your cattle.
Using Drinking Post in an Extreme Cold Climate (Saskatchewan, Canada)
Check out how the Drinking Post automatic cattle waterer handles the bitter cold temps in Saskatchewan, Canada. It’s so cold there that the HIGHEST temperature during the three weeks prior to filming this video was –30 degrees C!! (That’s -22 degrees F)! Join us as we visit with Craig and hear his first-hand experience using Drinking Post Cattle Waterers in some of the coldest conditions possible. See how the Drinking Post stacks up in an extreme cold climate with over 120 head of cattle!