Rainmaker Wildlife Water Solutions
Water Guzzlers, Drinkers, Troughs & Escape Ramps
Rainmaker Wildlife products are designed to provide years of reliable service in the elements, as a source of water for wildlife and cattle. Made of extremely durable polyethylene, they are impact resistant down to -40 degrees below zero. UV inhibitors are added to ensure long life in harsh conditions.
Our guzzlers, drinkers and water catchment systems contain no fiberglass. They are non-toxic, durable, easy to handle, simple to transport and install. These wildlife water systems will give upland bird, deer and elk a useful, supplementary water source.
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Our Largest Capacity Systems
New 1000 gallon capacity system. This new Walk-in style guzzler includes reinforced steps for large animals and a gentle 28 degree ramp for upland bird and small animals. Made of premium cross-link polyethylene to withstand prolonged exposure to harsh, freezing conditions. Install Above-Ground or In-Ground Dome Top 1000 details. Price $2875
This new Walk-in Drinker feeds off of storage tanks to create a high capacity watering system for herds of elk, bighorn sheep and all animals. This system is scale-able but generally has a 5,000 to 25,000 gallons of capacity.
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Our 500 Gallon Guzzlers – Escape Ramps
Our Wildlife Drinkers and Troughs
Price $495 (With Float Valve)
Plumb to a water line or storage tank. 110 gallon capacity. Install in-ground or above ground.
Price: $875 (With Float Valve)
For above ground installation. For wildlife and domestic animals. 250 gallon capacity.
Rainmaker Wildlife Water Guzzlers are designed to comply with NRCS, FSA, state and federal wildlife habitat improvement programs. CRP. CSP, EQIP and WHIP are but a few. Wildlife Guzzlers, deer drinkers, water systems and escape ramps can be included in many wildlife habitat programs, Cost Share Programs, State Fish & Wildlife, BLM, etc.