9 Best Stock Tanks

9 Top Rated Stock Tanks

Behlen Country 50130028K 2 ( Approximately 90 Gallon (Pack Of 3 Tanks))
Product Highlights:
  • ideal for all your livestock watering needs; can also be used in the garden as a planter
  • built to endure the most severe farm and ranch conditions - corrosion resistant, heavy zinc coating assures long life
  • rigid sidewalls have both ribs and corrugations for maximum strength and heavy galvanized bottoms
Rubbermaid Commercial Structural Foam ( Capacity, Black (Fg424300Bla))
Product Highlights:
  • seamless construction for outstanding durability
  • five sizes to fit all your watering needs; from 50 gallons up to 300 gallons
  • optional all-plastic anti-siphon float valve provides constant water level
Panacea 83475 Vintage Rectangle ( Garden Bed Planter)
Product Highlights:
  • compact yet generous grow area: assembled size is 40 in. wide x 18 in. high x 22" deep. planting depth is 18 in.
  • capacity: holds 9 cu. ft. of soil.
  • durable construction: galvanized steel with embossed ribbing and rolled edges
Tuff Stuff Products KMT85 ( Tub, 85-Gallon)
Product Highlights:
  • 85 gallon heavy duty oval tank, tub with 3/4" brass drain plug
  • 100-percent recycled ldpe flexible plastic which gives rubber-like quality
  • go green. buy recycled
Tuffstuff KMR75 Heavy Duty ( Aquaponics Tank, 75-Gallon)
Product Highlights:
  • heavy duty with industrial endurance
  • 100% recycled ldpe flexible plastic which gives rubber-like quality
  • go green, buy recycled
Turtle Creek Farm Inc ( Secret, Brown, 9" X 7")
Product Highlights:
  • keep your water tanks clean and algae free!
  • 100% organic barley straw helps keep stock tanks clean and drinking water palatable for up to two months.
  • when barley straw is added to the water, it begins to decay.
Farm Innovators Model H429 ( With Attached Guard, 1,500-Watt)
Product Highlights:
  • thermostatically controlled to operate only when necessary
  • designed to rest in the bottom of tank unnoticed by livestock
  • protective sturdy cage permits use in all tanks

Erica Cowell

Whenever she finds time away from surfing (waves, that is!), Erica loves to write. Self proclaimed geek (and a nerd), you can find her trying out new kitchen gizoms. Chief kitchen editor at WhatRocksAndWhatSucks.com, right now Erica is based out of small but beautiful & sunny Southern California beach town where she grew up surfing. Reach her at erica@wraws.com.