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    Default Best Price On Heated Water Bucket

    Who has the best price?
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    TSC was about $65 here for the heated muck bucket but they may be out. They only buy so many for the season around here. Flat backs were $30 something.
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    I just bought a flat back at TSC for $36.99
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    I just bought a flat back at Farm & Fleet for $24.99. Darn things only seem to last a couple years though...



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    Try Jeffers.com I just bought two of the heated muck tubs for around $54 each (but did have to pay shipping which added around $6 to each price). They also had the buckets but I don't remember offhand what the price was. The tubs cost quite a bit more in the other catalogs I looked at.



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    They are just under $40 at Dover.



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    Quote Originally Posted by cdalt View Post
    Try Jeffers.com I just bought two of the heated muck tubs for around $54 each (but did have to pay shipping which added around $6 to each price). They also had the buckets but I don't remember offhand what the price was. The tubs cost quite a bit more in the other catalogs I looked at.
    I just bought 2 buckets for $29/each and it was free shipping. Probably due to all the holiday specials (which weren't supposed to include FOB shipping, but I didn't complain!)

    I put one in each stall, and was extra creative to keep the 3 year old from looking at the cord that had to go up the wall as a new play toy. I figure I can now spend the rest of the winter watching both horses a) boycott the warm water and b) watch the 3 year old devise 2,567 ways to give me a heart attack when it comes to what I believe is so far a well disguised (hah!) cord. Sigh...
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    Thanks everyone
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