High Country Insulated Bucket

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Product Summary:

High Country Plastics Insulated Bucket


Heavy insulation prevents water from freezing, allowing horses to drink regularly in an occupied stall. Unique drain design allows for watering with or without a bucket, and makes cleaning easy. Heavy duty 5 gallon bucket included. Float included as well which helps insulate the bucket from the top by floating at or just below water surface. Horse can easily access the water by nudging the float which also helps keep the water circulating.  Has 4 mounting holes (2 on each side) molded into the bucket holder to mount to the stall wall.


Product Features:

·         5 Gallon Bucket included

·         Mount to stall wall

·         Has been field tested to not freeze until 15 degrees. But is based on animal’s effectiveness.

·         Mounting Hardware NOT included 

·         Not an automatic waterer


Item Specifications:


18 ¾” W x 14” H x 15 ¾” L

5 Gallon Capacity



15 lbs

Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Pretty good Kept water in stall from freezing when outside temperature was above 20degrees F, but not down to 15 degrees as advertized. Overpriced. Took my horse awhile to learn to work it, but he figured it out. May 25, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by high country water bucket live in ky. temp was 22. float and water around float froze. horses were not able to push float down. water in insulated area did not freeze. disapointed in product. January 3, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by works great Used in barn during Maine winter without even using the float and I found it worked great. Even in below 0 weather it only slightly iced up. During the summer insulated holder doubled as a mounting block when flipped over. Still a bit pricey. August 11, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Does not work!!! Installed inside barn in a stall and did not keep water from freezing. the barn temp was only 26 degrees. Product does not work as decribed. February 5, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by IT WORKS great product....bought last winter for barn that did not have electricity for heated buckets...worked great! saved lots of $ and beats breaking ice. Very durable all year round. November 29, 2010
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friend has it & loves em. Would like to put in stall so water does not freeze solid this winter
Kristy R on Oct 16, 2015
Currently have 3 already in the barn and they work great. Located in Rochester NY.
David C on Dec 1, 2014
Wanted to quit busting the ice in winter. This helps a little, but still have to bust the ice at lower than 20 degrees F outside.
vicki r on Apr 3, 2015
It had good reviews. I have no electric in my shelter and thought I'd try this.
Nicole M on Oct 20, 2014
OHW WELL DOES THIS WORK? IS IT FOR 5 gallon tall bucket?
Jody C on Sep 12, 2013
Best Answer: The 5 gallon tall bucket comes with the purchase. It works fairly well. I found that I needed to replace the water every evening and morning when the temperature was in the 20's or below otherwise the water would have a thin layer of ice at the top. That said the water stays unfrozen much longer than in a regular water bucket. 5 gallons is not enough water for my big Thoroughbred so he also has a heated bucket. My smaller mare had no problem with the quantity. Both horses drink much more water when it the water is warm (ie drink more out of the heated buckets) so I put warmed water in the insulated buckets when I bring them in at night. They seem to drink more out of the insulated bucket after I started doing this.
Reply · Report · Lauraine R on Sep 13, 2013
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any 5 gallon pail will fit?
A shopper on Sep 22, 2015
Best Answer: the straight sided painter style buckets that you can get at the hardware store work. Love this product, keeps water warm in the winter & cool in the summer, really sturdy! I get Platinum Plus in this size bucket so I recycle them, works perfect!
Reply · Report · Susan W on Sep 23, 2015
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Hey I just got this today not exactly sure how this works does anyone out there know how to use this looks nice but comes with no directions???
Michael M on Jun 20, 2014
Best Answer: Install at the appropriate height for your horse.You can use heavy screws into a secure wall, or bolts. I removed the plug at the bottom, then just fill the bucket. Remove bucket to clean. The base is insulated so you do not need to "do" anything. In the winter I add warm water and it keeps from freezing with no problem down to 20 degrees. The bobbing lid can be used at colder temperatures to prevent freezing, but I have never used them. I have been able to stop using my plug in heated buckets. In the summer it keeps the water cool. It is really sturdy too!
Reply · Report · Susan W on Jun 21, 2014
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