New Video: Little Giant® Automatic Poultry Founts

Looking for a convenient product for watering your poultry? With 3 models and sizes, this dependable waterer provides a limitless supply of clean water to birds ranging from baby chicks and turkey poults to small chicken breeds and adult game birds!

Check out this video on how to properly use the Little Giant® Automatic Poultry Founts:

For more information about the Little Giant® Automatic Poultry Founts, click here.

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6 comments on “New Video: Little Giant® Automatic Poultry Founts
  1. Jennifer Linehan says:

    Do you sell replacement bases for 3.5 gallon waters?

    • Miller Manufacturing says:

      Please reach out to our customer service team via phone at 800-260-0888 (Monday – Friday 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM CST) and they will be happy to assist you with replacement parts.

  2. Lori Wilson says:

    Which model should I buy to fit a standard water hose?

    • MillerCustomerService says:

      Hello, all of our units will fit a standard water hose.

  3. Shelly Mack says:

    I have been using Little Giant automatic water dispenser for a few years. The water has not been shutting off when the bowl if full even after cleaning. I have just replaced the the old one with the same product and I am having the same problem with the new system. I believe there should not be leaking from the end of the brass attachment when the bowl is detached, but water sprays out the end and never stops. I hope this makes sense. Is the device defective or is there something I am missing? I would really appreciate some advice. Thank you.

    • MillerCustomerService says:

      Hello, we are sorry about the issue that you had with your Little Giant Automatic Poultry Fount. There could be one of two issues that would be going wrong. You will want to check your PSI and make sure that it is within 20-50 range, if it is within that range, please check the valve at the bottom of the stem to see if is loose. If it is, you can turn it a quarter of a turn clockwise to tighten it.

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