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Waterer Float Bowl

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The Waterer Float Bowl is designed for use by persons with upper extremity disabilities or back impairment disabilities. The device is used to supply water to small livestock without carrying buckets or dragging hoses. The Waterer Float Bowl is installed in animal pens and connected to regular water pipes from the well. A float valve in the bowl lets water flow in as the animals drink to keep the water at a constant level. This works especially well for ducks and other waterfowl because they cannot splash water out of the bowl. It is also suitable for goats, sheep, chickens, dogs and other animals.

Technical Specifications: 

Additional support: Metal support plate.

Dimensions:  9 5/8 inches width x 5 inches height x 8 1/4 inches dept. 

Durability: Very durable. 

Capacity size: Large bowl. 

Device weight: Lightweight.

Color: Green.

Available

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Price: 
59.99
as of: 
12/23/2016
Seller(s): 
Waterer Float Bowl

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Disabilitywork.com
Disabilitywork.com Organization Type: 
Public
DisabilityWORK.com provides an array of individualized services for employment/rehabilitation service agents and clients, enabling them to accomplish their mission of placing individuals with disabilities in gainful employment situations. Services include searchable job listings, resume and cover letter building, career counseling, job placement, and job coaching. Employer services include posting openings, resume searching, and "head hunting."
Address: 
335 North Duluth Avenue
57104 Sioux Falls , SD United States
Email address: support@disabilityWork.com
Phone: 888-221-7606
South Dakota US
Web Address: 
http://www.disabilityWORK.com
 
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