Originally Posted by laurenlewis24
When I add warm water to the trough, I always add it to the existing cold water.
I have heard of a theory about putting a football in the water trough. The constent movement from the ball helps to break up any forming ice. Have any of you heard of this? Do you think its worth a try?
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I have tried various types of balls in our 110 gal, but there doesn't seem to enough movement to keep it from freezing. To be honest, our mares just break the ice with their muzzle or hoof when they're thirsty. Posted via Mobile Device