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Bar~Bar~A Non-Electric Horse Waterer!
Cool water in the hot summer and warm water in the cold winter…all this AND Self- Cleaning! If your horse could talk, he would order one right now!

How Did the "Bar-Bar-A Drinker" Come About?
Frank Frodsham, the inventor of the " Bar-Bar-A Drinker", had boarded horses for years. Back in the winter of 1982 he had 3 animals that just wouldn't eat or drink. He had installed the latest electrically heated drinkers to prevent freezing.

He had the veterinarian over and nether of them could figure out a solution. While they were talking, the veterinarian's assistant stuck his finger into the drinker water-and he got SHOCKED! We felt awful. Our electric drinker had been shocking the horses every time they tried to take a drink.

We immediately pulled the plug and went to the workshop to build a better drinker. That first drinker is still in use today in one of our stalls. Sine then, we have changed to a newer and tougher material but the design concept is exactly the same. It's a proven design with over 15 years of experience.

Bar-Bar-A Fully Automatic Non-Electric Horse Drinker
The water bowl fills with fresh clean water each time your horse or cow puts its nose into the drinker. After the drink, the excess water drains away, leaving an empty bowl. It works  dependably every time!

*No Electricity
*Self-Cleaning
*Non-Freezing
*Fully Automatic
*Maintenance Free

There's no water to freeze, accumulate debris, or grow algae. Since the water supply and valve are below frost line, your animals enjoy the natural cool water in the summer and warm water in the winter.

How the Bar-Bar-A Horse Drinker Works
Teaching horses to use their "Bar-Bar-A Drinker" is really very simple. Most animals learn how the drinker works on their own. Natural curiosity and nuzzling the drinker paddle turns on the water. Once they taste the water, they know where to go.

Testimonials From our Happy Customers...
Horse owners across America call or write with their testimonials about the Bar-Bar-A Horse Drinker. Wouldn't you like to be one of them?

"I'm real happy with my Bar-Bar-A Drinker. I've had it one year and last winter it got down to 30 below and I had no problems. My horses learned quickly how to drink." -Don (Edgemont, South Dakota)

Occasionally you may need to teach an animal how to drink. Just remove all other water sources for a day, until the animal becomes thirsty. Then, lead the animal to the drinker and push down on the paddle. Once the animal smells the water, it will know what to do!

"After using our Bar-Bar-A Drinkers the last two years, we are convinced it is the best product we have found. We have been using four drinkers for both cattle and horses. The wear is always fresh, warm in the winter and cool in the summer: More importantly, no electricity is needed to keep the drinkers from freezing." -Kent & Donna (Rupert, Idaho)

"We love it!! Our Bar-Bar-A Drinker has been in one year with no trouble. My wife says its the best investment we've made. We'd do it again. It's in a pasture connected to well water. We have Hunter-Jumpers and they have no trouble with it. It's 20 degrees today." -Chris (Danville, Virginia)

What More Do You Need to Convince You?
Few things are worse than looking at those dirty tubs of water filled with mosquito larvae, warm with algae or crusted over with ice. If it wouldn't appeal to you…it sure doesn't appeal to your horse. The friendly people at Bar-Bar-A are happy to answer your questions or visit our website to order Today!



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4010 West 3600 North
Plain City, Utah 84404
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