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Fisher Heavy Duty Drinking Bowl - 3 Litres

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57668
£62.40 £52.00
  • Manufactured by Fisher
  • Heavy-duty drinking bowl
  • Galvanised finish
  • Features stainless steel float cover
  • Very easy to clean
  • Complete with lockable brass drain plug
  • Strong durable valve assembly
  • Best used via a header tank
  • Height 160mm Width 240mm Depth 280mm
  • Capacity 3 litres
  • Suitable for horses, cattle, sheep and pigs

This Fisher Heavy Duty Drinking Bowl is a heavy-duty drinking bowl with a galvanised finish that features stainless steel float cover. It is very easy to clean and comes complete with lockable brass drain plug. It has a strong durable valve assembly which is best used via a header tank. Its dimensions are: Height 160mm Width 240mm Depth 280mm and it has a capacity of 3 litres. This product is suitable for horses, cattle, sheep and pigs.

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