Type: Posts; User: airhorse
Also be aware some counties are regulating the amount of impermeable material you can have.
You will need to use something other than sand as a base as it does not compact well.
We have several large areas with compacted limestone, no fabric. Going on 10 years with no mud. Yes, the prep is expensive, but we save thousands of dollars per year on shavings keeping the horses...
100 x 100 is pretty small for 5 horses.
We have a 12x30, and a 16x32 run in for our group of 5.
I would highly recommend removing your topsoil and putting in a compacted screenings base for...
Expensive, but absolutely the best fence screws around.
I would be extra cautious if there is a chance of them eating treated wood.
We have oak boards here that are going on 15 years with just a few scratches on them, no hot wire.
Our Vet, to save a few $$, used poplar boards. She was replacing boards after one month that...
Call another waste service. If you go with a dumpster, it will not be cheap.
Well, there's my next project.
And hope there is a check valve on the well pump, otherwise you will be sol.
Or connect your hydrant line to the pressure tank.
peteyPie, you have a vacuum breaker, not a check valve. It is working as designed. The key is to shut the water off while the hose is still running.
Hydrants do not have a check valve, just a drain at the base.
Easiest way to verify check valve by tank is to have hydrant open when well pump runs.
Put a bit of oil on the bit as you drill, it will last much longer, WD40 will do in a pinch.
It is just where the frame rate catches the blades.
100% correct. I have had production saddles of the same make with the same tree that were totally different.
We have a 14YO gelding currently in remission. Removal of all soy, detox, no more vaccinations, no more wormer, and lots of non...
There is a yahoo group, search pemphigus.
You can buy shutoff valves with the drop pipe from a plumbing supply. You can get the cover and key that will look just like the shutoff to houses on city water.
Yes, it should fix the problem.
Ball joints are known weak points in these trucks.
There is also a plastic plug installed in the bottom of the hydrant that could easily be missed too.
They make entire shutoff assemblies that have the riser pipe and cap. If anything happens to that hydrant, you are SOL without a shutoff valve. Yes you will need a long key to get to it, but it is...
I hope you put a shutoff valve somewhere in line so you can have house water if you ever need to shut the hydrant off. Now would be the time to do so.
It might be a good idea to take the entire...