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Are you looking for piglet nipples for a piglet waterer? Or are you looking for replacements for existing ones? Look no further! Here is our pick for the best piglet nipples in 2020.
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Our Pick for Best Piglet Nipples
These piglet nipples are the best I’ve ever used. Made from stainless steel, they are built last a long time.
One of my favorite things about them is that you can remove the screen on the back and adjust the flow settings.
For piglets, you’ll probably want to set it to the smallest flow setting. If you decide to use these for your growers, you can change the flow setting to the largest setting.
If you want to build your own piglet waterer, check out this post on how to make an automatic pig waterer where I walk you through every step on how to build your own.
Our Second Pick for Best Piglet Nipples
These are very similar to the previous piglet nipples and have all of the same features but come in a pack of 10 instead. These have the removable screen on the back along with the flow adjuster.
Our Tough Pick for Best Piglet Nipples
These piglet nipples are tough. They don’t contain any plastic like the previous ones. They do have an adjustable flow as well.
The downside with these is that they don’t have a screen like the others. If these will be connected to clean water that is straight from the tap then these are still great piglet nipples.
Our Pick for Best Piglet Bottle
If you have to bottle feed piglets then this is our pick for the best piglet bottle with one caveat. If you squeeze the nipple, you’ll see the hole is cut in the shape of 4 triangles. You may need to cut one of the triangles out to open the flow up more. Other than that, these are great for bottle feeding baby pigs.
Our Pick for Best Piglet Waterer
If your piglets are ready to graduate from a nipple to a drinker, he is our pick for the best piglet waterer. The great thing about this piglet waterer is that it can be bolted to a wall to keep the baby pigs from knocking it over. It sits low to the ground so your piglets won’t have any trouble drinking from it.
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