Join Steve Lantvit as he installs SIX new non electric Drinking Post Waterers for his cattle in ONE DAY! It does not get any quicker or easier when it comes to installing new waterers. Drinking Posts patent pending design makes installation quicker and easier than ever. To install a new horse or cattle waterer, simply connect you incoming supply line to the base of the Drinking Post, install a bed of washed rock underneath the installation point, and back fill!
In this video, Steve is installing his new Drinking Posts for use with cattle, so he has chose an installation height of roughly 17 inches above grade. For use with horses, simply install a bit higher with 36″ above grade. For sheep, goat, hogs and shorter animals install with ~ 12″ above grade. This frost free automatic waterer will work with virtually any large animals.
Cement pad not needed or recommended for installation
Requires no electricity
No used tires needed for installation in cold climates
No insulation required to prevent freezing
Drinking Post Provides Flexibility in How You Manage Pastures, Paddocks, and Stalls.
Drinking Post Waterers prove to be an excellent fit in high use areas as well as remote or distant pastures where running electricity doesn’t make sense and you may have uneven or seasonal use. The Drinking Post Waterer can literally sit unused for months through the dead of winter and still produce fresh, clean water instantly on demand.
This is why our customers are able to install Drinking Post Waterers where it was difficult or seemingly impossible to install automatic waterers before:
No electricity is required to keep from freezing
No minimum usage requirements to keep the system operational year round
Once installed, zero carrying cost to have a waterer sitting ‘action ready’
Does not require a solar panel
All that’s required is a pressurized water line
Installation is EASY
Where Can Drinking Post Be Installed?
The Drinking Post can be installed anywhere you have a pressurized water line with at least 25 psi of pressure. This includes pastures, barns, paddocks, on a fence line…ANYWHERE your livestock, cattle, horses, goats, sheep, llamas, etc need convenient access to fresh, clean water.