Chore-Time's ADVANTI-FLOW® Nipple Drinker for Poults Features a Unique Drinker Disc and Dual Catch Cups
MILFORD, Indiana, USA - Turkey producers can give their turkey poults a great start with Chore-Time's ADVANTI-FLOW® Nipple Drinker. The nipple drinker's uniquely designed discs attract poults to the drinkers and direct water as birds drink. Dual catch cups under the discs help maximize water consumption while helping to keep floors dry.
Pockets in the ADVANTI-FLOW Drinkers discs hold attractive beads of water. The discs' pockets and scalloped edge work together to control the direction of water flow. The discs also provide leverage for easier triggering of the nipple drinker by young birds during brood.
The drinkers dual catch cups feature a rounded edge for bird comfort and a shallow depth to help prevent build-up. Catch cups snap in place without the use of tools or hardware, and growers can easily remove the cups and shut off nipples to ease bird movement next to brood rings.
Chore-Time's ADVANTI-FLOW Drinker can accommodate 10 to 16 birds per nipple and can be used for birds up to six weeks of age. Growers have a choice of 6, 8, 10 or 12 nipples per 3-meter drinker section. If desired, growers can adapt hose couplers to the Chore-Time saddles to add supplemental drinkers.
To aid watering system management, growers can add Chore-Times PDS (Pneumatic Drinking System) Control for automatic flushing of watering lines. The PDS Control also provides centralized water pressure adjustment of all house regulators through a single control knob.
Chore-Time (www.choretime.com) has been a leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of poultry and egg production systems since 1952. With a complete line of solutions for feeding, feed handling, drinking, egg handling, climate control and management systems, Chore-Time is known for its revolutionary new concepts, innovative features and extensive independent distribution network. Part of the CTB, Inc. family of companies, Chore-Time operates globally from facilities in Indiana, Alabama, the Netherlands and Poland.