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  • Cows can drink anything from 10 litres of water on a cold, wet day to 60 to 110 litres on a really hot day.
  • They can typically drink at the rate of 14 litres a minute from a trough.
  • Water is essential for the health and well being of your livestock and is extremely important for animal  productivity.
  • Group drinkers allow multiple cows to access water at the same time minimizing bottlenecks

Stainless Steel Water Tank and our Stainless Steel Flipping Drinker, both which are designed and  manufactured on site here at O’ Donovan Engineering are ideal solutions for your indoor watering needs

  • Stainless Steel is used for our water tanks. It is a long lasting, rust proof metal which can be easily cleaned, thus keeping your drinking tanks hygienic.
  • Our drinkers are available in various sizes and with optional protection.

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  • Many farmers have found that a common problem with drinking tanks in houses is water being fouled.
  • Cleaning out tanks can often be an arduous task but with the flipping drinker, contents can be simply dumped by a quick flick over of the tank, which is on a pivot.
  • Feedback from farmers has been outstanding with customers citing the flipping action of the drinker as a simple way of saving time and labour.

  • Made with Stainless Steel.
  • Easily cleaned with one quick action.
  • Wall mounting.
  • Water level is maintained with covered ball-cock system
  • Fast-fill tank
  • Available in various sizes.

Stainless Steel Water Tank

  • 1.25m, or .625m long

    Drinker SS ON WHITE

  • Drain off bung
  • Wall mounting
  • Optional protection in areas of walk through in cattle sheds
  • Water level is maintained with covered ball-cock system
  • Fast fill tank


  • Allow cattle 10 to 15 litres per 100kgs of body weight per day.
  • Milk production and animal health are affected by inadequate water supply
  • Contact us today on 021 7334066 to find the ideal watering solution for your farm

More info on water supply http://www.teagasc.ie/advisory/farm_management/buildings/facilities_fittings_services/water_supply/water_article.pdf