27 DIY Chicken Feeder And Waterer Plans And Ideas - The Poultry Guide (2022)

Food wastage is one serious issue chicken raisers face. But by building a DIY chicken feeder and a waterer, you will curb food wastage and save yourself both time and money.

A DIY chicken feeder and auto waterer is easy to make and is less expensive compared to those sold at the store.

If you are interested in building one for your chickens, then you should check out these 27 DIY chicken feeder and waterer Ideas.

You may also like to read other relevant articles like diy chick brooder, homemade egg incubators and homemade chicken pluckers.

DIY Chicken Feeder And Waterer For Keeping Feed And Water Safe From Being Waste

1: PVC Chicken Waterer

Another problem of regular chicken water cups is that they can only contain very little water. Also all the water can be easily thrown out if a chicken steps on it. But with this DIY chicken waterer, you will solve both problems. Its designed such that a number of cups are attached to the pipe line, and a water source at the top.

The project costs about $55 to build and it leaves your chicken house very tidy. You will need a large and a small PVC pipe, PVC couplers, PVC joints, threaded caps, small cups and a few other materials.

The project is easy to build and can be completed in hours. The plan highlights all the required materials and step by step instruction on how to complete the project.

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2: No Spill DIY Chicken Feeder

If you are fighting wastage or wants to lessen the number of times you go to the coop to add feed for your chickens, then this is the ideal PVC chicken feeder to build. Its basically made from Big PVC pipes, and its designed to have an opening through the PVC Y connector where the chicken can access the food. You will need a long wide PVC pipe, a Y shaped PVC connector and gum to hold it together.

The feed is placed in through the top, so the chickens can access it through the connector opening. You can use a PVC cap to cover the top of the feed and the connector opening to keep away rain and vermin.

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3: Automatic Chicken Feeder

This homemade chicken feeder cost around $30 to build; some of the materials are stuffs you already have at home. Aside the bucket, you will need a few other materials like a three inch PVC, masking tape, aluminum rivets and much more.

You will need to drill holes on the sides of the bucket and attach the PVC, which will provide access to the grain.

The plan contains adequate step by step guide and photos to build this DIY chicken feeder. The project is placed at a beginners DIY level and can be completed in a few hours.

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4: Wooden DIY Chicken Feeder

Looking for a simple and cost effective diy chicken feeder? Here you can make the simplest one with wood – you need excellent assembling and wood cutting skills. You can use plywood as it is resistant to fungus and other bacteria. In order to get more details about assembling, accurate cuttings, go through the given link:

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5: Simplest PVC DIY Chicken Feeder

With the help of elbows (90 degree) and PVC pipes, you can get the simplest yet effective diy feeder for your coop. It is a kind of “T” shape system, which can be used for both feeding and watering the chickens. The two ends of the system can be used either for feed, water,or for both.

Here are brief instructions to make this pvc feeder.

Take5′ pipe and cut two 3” long pieces.

Pour pvccement into one of the side holes of the “T” and place one piece of 3″ long pipe.

Dry-fit (do not cement yet) the Elbows onto the 3″ pipe stubs.

Use glue to fix the pipe onto the top hole of “T”

After turning the cap upside down cut four slots in the sides of cap.

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6: Glass DIY Chicken Waterer

Take a canning jar of1/2 gallon capacity and clean it up twice or thrice, so that nothing is left inside. Make sure you make a hole in the bottom, and flat the edges. Take a plastic plan or even a glass bowl and keep the water filled jar on it. Here is the simplest and cost effective kind of automatic diy chicken waterer.

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7: Bucket Feeder And DIY Chicken Waterer

If your budget is limited and can afford only 10 to 15 dollars to spend, this is the best idea you can come up with.

Here are brief instructions to make this diy chicken feeder and waterer.

  • Take bucket, which has a lid, screws and oil pan to make a diy feeder.
  • Use a bucket with lid to make a waterer.
  • Drill in holes at the opposite sides, at a little level from the bottom.
  • Insert it in upward down position in a pan.

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8: The Best 2 Systems

For constructing a complete homemadechicken waterer and feeder, you must choose this plan. You can get two beautiful, convenient and effective style funnels which can be made useful. By working on them and assembling in the right way, you can pour feed into the one, while pouring water inside the other end. The entire thing can be made from PVC, so it is not at all costly.

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9: Container To A DIY Chicken Waterer

This type of diy chicken waterer is simply the best to have in the coop if you have angry birds all around. An upward side down container in the pan filled with water helps in making the best waterer. However, you need to drill in holes, at the side so that it can work under the gravity principle.

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10: True DIY Auto Chicken Waterer

This automatic chicken waterer is made with PVC pipes. You will also need poultry nipple feeders, PVC caps, PVC hose thread and some other materials. The design is a pipe system waterer with nipples attached at various points. This way, the chickens can easily drink through nipple. The pipes are connected to a toilet fill valve which automatically sends water to the pipes. This homemade chicken waterer is easy to build and it’s suitable for someone with a large number of chickens. You may take some days for the chickens to get used to feeding on it, but after that, you wouldn’t need to worry about ever refilling water for the chickens.

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11: Easy Fill DIY Chicken Waterer

It’s always a hassle to take water to your chickens when they are kept in a cage, especially after it rains. So, this DIY chicken waterer is designed to enable you to provide them water without opening or going into the cage. It’s built using PVC pipe and a bucket. You will need a 5 gallon bucket with lid, an oil pan, PVC pipe, PVC fittings, PVC cement, gasket and a few other materials.

After building, the bucket will be held in the oil pan in the cage, while the pipe is extended outside, for easy refilling. The plan contains photos and details on how to build.

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12: “L” Shape PVC DIY Chicken Feeder

This kind of feeder can be attached to the coop easily. PVC made feeder has two ends – open-ended side is exposed to chicken while the other end is closed, and the feed is added from there.

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13: Less-Waste DIY Chicken Feeder

If you are looking to combat food wastage or time spent refilling food for your chickens, then this less chicken waste feeder is your best bet.

The feeder is built with a bucket and it’s designed such that the chickens can feed through a hole on the side of the bucket.

In addition to the 5 gallon bucket, you will also need a 90 degree PVC, a gasket and a few tools. Endeavor to use a bucket with a lid. You can get one at home or buy from the local store.

This DIY chicken feeder not only limits waste, it also protects the feed from rain. It’s easy to clean and can store lots of food at a time.

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14: Homemade Chicken Drinker

The last thing you should be worrying about is whether your chickens have adequate water. Fortunately with this DIY chicken drinker, you don’t have to. The drinker can be made from any container strong enough not to collapse under vacuum pressure. An old home-brew pressure barrel was used in the original plan.

You will also need other materials, all costing not more than $5. The DIY drinker can be built within a few hours with no skill required.

It is designed such that water filled in the container will be let out into an attached smaller container through a regulated hole. This way only the required amount of water is let out for the chickens.

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15: Automatic Chicken Feeder

This automatic chicken feeder is designed to make it possible for your chickens to help themselves with food, keeping off unwanted visitors. The design requires the chicken to stand on a pedal to open the feeder and access the food. With this feeder, rats, birds, mice and other pests won’t be able to access the chicken food.

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The feeder can be built with galvanized sheet or aluminum; you will also need other materials like hinges, bolts, nuts etc and a few tools. The plan contains detailed instructions on how to build the feeder. You will also need to train your chicks to use the feeder by putting some grains in it, and within days they will get used to it. The project is placed at an intermediate experience level and can be completed in days with the right tools.

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16: Treadle DIY Chicken Feeder

Most chicken feeders are made with steel or aluminum, which are expensive and too complex for a regular DIYer to build. However this treadle chicken feeder made with wood is very easy and requires only basic materials.

The feeder is designed to save time and completely avoid wastage, ensuring the chicken have enough food for a long time. It has a cupboard –shaped top with a lid that’s connected to the lower feeding area. The designed is such that, food placed in the top cupboard runs down to the feeder every time the feeder is low on food.

Apart from cedar wood board, you will also need plywood, woodscrews, bolts, sandpaper etc. anyone can easily build this feeder following the plan; it contains instructions with pictures on how to build it.

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17: Automatic Chicken Waterer

Leaving your chickens alone for weeks when no one is in the house is very dangerous, as they need water continuously. But by building this automated chicken waterer, you will have less to worry about. The design is a large tank placed on a wooden stand. The tank is made to have hose to supply water to the chicken water bowls. The big size of the tank makes it possible to hold more water and refill the bowls immediately its low on water. This will ensure you worry less and reduce the work load of setting up water for your chickens every day.

You will need a big drum; a 55 gallon drum was used in the original plan. You will also need plywood for the stand, hose, threaded fittings, and other materials. The project can be completed in a day following the plan.

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18: DIY Chicken Waterer from Beverage Cooler

Leaving your chicken water open can cause infections which may lead to illness. To avoid this, you can build this DIY chicken waterer made with a concealed beverage cooler. The waterer is designed to have nipples where the chickens can drink from and the cooler will keep the water cool even in summer.

This is one easy DIY chicken waterer you can build within minutes and it costs very little, especially if you already have a beverage cooler. You can find the poultry nipples from the local store. You will also need a driller to get the job done.

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19: Low Waste DIY Chicken Feeder

This automatic chicken feeder is made of galvanized steel and it’s tailored to reduce waste and carry more chicken food. To build this you will need an adjustable metal elbow, a long round pipe, ceiling collar, vent cap and a few other stuffs. You can get these materials at the home depot, and follow the plan to assemble.

The out-cut on the vent cap allows the chickens to access the food. The food is poured inside the feeder through the top, and it’s refilled as the chicks feed.

The feeder is pretty simple to build, after getting the materials; you will just have to assemble it as shown on the plan.

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20: Multiple DIY Chicken Waterer

Using a standard plastic or metal to provide water to chickens, ends up leaving the water dirty at the end of the day. This homemade chicken waterer made with PVC completely prevents this. You will need PVC pipes, poultry nipple, a water reservoir, PVC fitting, PVC end caps and others. The design is such that water supplied from the water reservoir is pass through pipes, allowing the chickens access the water from the nipples.

This projects is extremely easy to build, it can be completed within a few hours. The plan contains information on the materials and the steps to build it. You can keep the water reservoir outside the poultry, so you can add up water anytime and just pass the pipe with nipples inside.

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21: Five Gallon Bucket DIY Chicken Feeder

This is a low cost but very effective DIY chicken feeder built with a 5 gallon bucket. Aside the bucket, you will also need PVC elbow and tools to cut it.

The design is very simple. The bucket is used as a feed holder with holes by the side for the birds to access the feed. This design reduces waste, and allows large quantity of food, reducing your refilling frequency.

This feeder can be built within an hour with the right tools. The plan contains detailed instruction on how the build from start to finish.

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22: Trough Feeder Using Gutter

One major problem with most feeders is that they are designed to feed only a small number of chickens; requiring those who have more chickens to build multiple feeders.

However you can build this PVC chicken feeder specially designed for a large number of chickens. The feeder is quite cheap to build, the original plan of which is about 200 inches long, costs $25 to build. You will need Vinyl gutters, cinder blocks, end-cap for gutters. The design is an open long feeder made with two Vinyl gutters, one at the top and bottom respectively; allowing multiple chickens access it at the same time.

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23: Cheap Automatic Waterer

This project involves building an automatic chicken waterer. To build this automatic waterer, you will need an old piece of garden hose, automatic animal water bowl, small scrap of wood, hose valves and fittings and a few other materials. It’s designed such that the animal bowl is held by the wood scrap and the hose is used to supply water to it.

This feeder is perfect for free-range chickens, but can be easily set up in a hen house to provide fresh water to the chickens 24 hours every day. This will drastically reduce your work rate and worry.

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24: Homemade Chick Feeder

This project involves making a homemade chicken feeder From Empty Cd Container. If you have an empty CD container lying around, then this will be the ideal project for it. This feeder is however best suitable for smaller number of chickens. The homemade chicken feeder is very easy to make, you will have to put a hole on the side of the Cd container; so the chickens can access the food inside the container. This project takes about 5 minutes to make and you won’t have to spend a penny.

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25: DIY Chicken Feeder Made From 5 Gallon Bucket

Here is a chicken feeder you can make from a 5 gallon bucket and pvc elbows. This is easy to make, requires less maintenance work, chickens can’t mess up the feed and you can keep the food clean and dry.

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26: PVC DIY Chicken Waterer

If you have a PVC bucket lying in your junkyard, or discarded one recently, do not throw it. It can be used for making a perfect poultry waterer. You may need to invest in a pan, which would be the direct source of drinking water for the chickens. The process is simple – take the pan, mark the holes in the bucket and place it upside down on the pan.

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27: Nipple Sucker DIY Chicken Waterer

Take a bucket, drill holes in the base. Insert the nipple suckers in the bucket, and fill it with water. Hang it anywhere you want, or simply place upside down in the coop. Your chickens would suck the nipples each time they want to have some water. See the complete guide at Peak Prosperity

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Conclusively, building a chicken feeder or waterer will help you stop food wastage, saving you more money and reduce the time requirement to care for your chickens. By making any of the waterers and feeders above, you will have lesser worry about your chickens.

FAQs

How do you make a chicken waterer and feeder? ›

Clean and empty your 5-gallon bucket. Along the bottom edge of the bucket, drill two 1-inch holes, holes opposite of each other. Place the bucket inside the foil roasting pan, right-side-up (holes in the pan), and then fill it with chicken water. Quickly replace the lid and make sure that it has an airtight seal.

How do you make chicken water with PVC pipe? ›

Water you can just take this off and wash. The entire pipe.

How do you make a simple chicken feeder? ›

Up. You can see you just fill it up the top popper end cap on there to protect from the weather and

How many waterers are needed for a chicken? ›

You need to have about 3″ of open waterer space per hen as a minimum and 1 nipple per 9 hens, again as a minimum. The advantage of a nipple system is that it is quite resistant to bacterial growth, unlike the septic soup that most open waterers quickly become.

How long does a 5 gallon bucket of water last for chickens? ›

Chickens need to drink about a pint of water a day depending on how hot it is. The five-gallon bucket we use holds enough water, up to 40 pints, to last our three hens about two weeks without refilling (think “worry-free vacation”).

How do you make a homemade chick waterer? ›

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Are nipples or cups better for chickens? ›

Nipples are the cleanest option.

No debris from the chickens, beit poop, food, or bedding will contaminate the water that the chickens will drink. As a result, there is very little cleaning needed if you get a waterer that has a good lid.

How do you make a waste free chicken feeder? ›

If you have a plastic tote (aka Tupperware bin) hanging around, you can make an easy no waste feeder from it. You'll need to drill holes into it (2-3 inch holes) and add PVC pipes. You can use glue to hold the PVC in place. It's easy to clean, reduces food spoilage, and keeps your feed dry!

How high should water nipples be for chickens? ›

Usually, about 6 inches above the ground is a good place to start. Nipple and cup systems are most comfortable for chickens to drink from when they're positioned so that they're more or less at beak height. Do make sure EVERY bird can reach water.

How do you fill a chicken with a waterer? ›

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How many waterers do I need for 20 chickens? ›

A flock of 12 chickens you should have two waterers. A flock of more than 12 chickens should have at least three waterers.

How much water do 10 chickens need a day? ›

In general, adult large fowl chickens will drink about a pint of water per day. That means that if you're using a small, 5 quart waterer, it will provide enough water for ten adult large fowl chickens for one day... or for one chicken for more than a week.

Do chickens need fresh water every day? ›

Chickens need constant access to fresh, clean water and feed. On average, a full-grown laying hen will drink a pint of water daily. But this varies widely, due to the size of the hen, the season, and the outdoor temperature (some layers can drink a quart a day in hot weather).

Do chickens need water at night? ›

Chickens need to have access to their food and water at all times when they're awake. However, once they return to roost at night, they sleep soundly and won't get up to eat or drink.

How do I keep algae from growing in my chickens water? ›

Keep chicken waterers out of direct sunlight to minimize green algae from forming. If algae or iron biofilm are a problem, add a tablespoon of vinegar to each gallon of drinking water. Vinegar naturally lowers the pH level of the water and may help prevent the slime from reoccurring.

What can chickens drink other than water? ›

There's really only one thing chickens need to drink: water. And as a bonus for backyard chicken keepers, it's inexpensive, and freely available.

How do you make sugar water for chickens? ›

Homemade Electrolyte Recipe for Chicks
  1. 1 cup warm water.
  2. 2 teaspoons molasses OR 2 teaspoons granulated sugar.
  3. 1/8 teaspoon salt.
  4. 1/8 teaspoon baking soda.
  5. 1/8 teaspoon potassium chloride* (optional)
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How do you make chicken feeders at home? ›

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How do you make a chicken waterer out of a milk jug? ›

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How far off the ground should a chicken feeder be? ›

We recommend the feeder be mounted level with the back of the bird's neck in order to allow comfortable feeding - this will be somewhere between 100 and 150 mm above the floor. In flocks of different breeds, you need to mount the feeder so it is accessible to the smallest bird.

How big of a waterer do I need for 10 chickens? ›

Birds will drink a pint per day, if the weather is hot you can increase that to two pints, so it is no good buying a two quart waterer for 10 birds – you will be refilling it all day! 10 chickens will drink 10 pints (5 quarts) daily, so this is the minimum size of the waterer needed.

Should I hang my chicken waterer? ›

Prevent your flock from scratching debris into their drinking water by suspending the waterer in air. Suspending your chickens' waterer off the ground is critical. If you don't, your hens will spend their day scratching and foraging, meaning a saucer of water will be filled with debris in record time.

How do you make a chicken feeder with PVC pipe? ›

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How do you make a rain proof chicken feeder? ›

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How do you stop chicken feed waste? ›

10 Clever Ways to Keep Chickens from Wasting Food
  1. Change your chicken feeder.
  2. Try rationing feed.
  3. Experiment with other chicken feed types.
  4. Stop mixing feed with treats.
  5. Ferment your chicken feed.
  6. Introduce a hen to a flock of chicks.
  7. Feed your flock dressed chicken feed.
  8. Secure chicken wire over feeding trays.

Should I put vinegar in my chickens water? ›

To use it for healthy chickens, chicken owners can simply add about one tablespoon per gallon in a coop's waterer. Adding ACV is an easy addition to a flock's diet for good health and boosted immune systems. By adding ACV just once a week, chicken owners can support healthy chickens without breaking the bank.

Where do you put the water in a chicken? ›

It is best to place your chicken waterer in a cool, shady and protected area in your coop. This will help keep it from getting dirtied and protected from the elements, and will also keep the water cool, so your girls can have a refreshing drink!

How do you get your nipples to drink from chicken? ›

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Can I use a chicken waterer as a feeder? ›

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How do you make chicken feeders at home? ›

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How do you keep chicken water clean? ›

Keep chicken waterers out of direct sunlight to minimize green algae from forming. If algae or iron biofilm are a problem, add a tablespoon of vinegar to each gallon of drinking water. Vinegar naturally lowers the pH level of the water and may help prevent the slime from reoccurring.

How do you make a chicken rain barrel? ›

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Are metal or plastic chicken feeders better? ›

Hens, being hens, will still drink from muddy puddles despite their spiffy new metal chicken waterer – that yucky water tastes divine! For the average flock, my pick is the regular galvanized metal type. They are simple, easy to maintain and incredibly durable, outlasting all plastic varieties.

Where do you put chicken feeder in water? ›

But because your chickens won't, for the most part, be eating and drinking after dark, you can choose to have your food and water outdoors or in. It is done both ways. My personal preference is to keep feeders and waterers inside, if the coop is large enough to allow it.

Can chickens drink rusty water? ›

Putting rusty iron in the chicken's drinking water is a very good tonic for your poultry. This is particularly valuable when your chickens are moulting.

How do you make a chicken feeder with PVC pipe? ›

Chicken Feeder made out of PVC Pipe - YouTube

How do you fill a chicken water feeder? ›

How To Refill A Chicken Waterer - YouTube

Should I put vinegar in my chickens water? ›

To use it for healthy chickens, chicken owners can simply add about one tablespoon per gallon in a coop's waterer. Adding ACV is an easy addition to a flock's diet for good health and boosted immune systems. By adding ACV just once a week, chicken owners can support healthy chickens without breaking the bank.

Can I put bleach in my chickens water? ›

WARNING: Do not add bleach to your chicken waterer to prevent algae or bacterial growth. Putting bleach in your chickens daily drinking water can be harmful to your chickens. It can break down your plastic and galvanized metal waterers, releasing harmful chemicals into the drinking water.

How do you stop chickens from pooping in food and water? ›

Chickens love to perch on any horizontal surface inside the coop. That might be the top of a nest box or even 2X4s positioned to strengthen the coop walls. The solution is simple. Nail or screw a steeply sloped piece of wood above the horizontal surface so any bird trying to perch there simply slides off.

How do you make gravity fed water for chickens? ›

DIY How to build a automatic chicken waterer. Gravity fed. easy to build.

Do you need to filter rain water for chickens? ›

If the water is looking discolored then you may need to clean out your gutters. Dried leaves will discolor the water to a light brown or rust color. High levels of tannins can be toxic to animals so you don't want the water you collect for your chickens being filtered through dried leaves first!

Can chickens drink tap water? ›

City water sources are considered safe for consumption, but there are certainly differences in the taste and composition from city to city. Treated water isn't all the same, but it is almost always safe.

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