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Storage Tanks Make Shallow Well Usuable
Filling spray tanks was a problem for Marshall and Kendall Litchfield, Macomb, Ill., until they came up with a way to get more water faster out of their slow-producing shallow-dug well.
The Litchfields liked the quality of the water in their well for crop spraying, but it took too long to fill tanks. Their solution was to install two 2,000-gal. above-ground tanks which are filled by a conventional pressure pump in the well. It takes a couple days to fill the tanks.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Marshall Litchfield, 15340 N. 700th Rd., Macomb, Ill. 61455 (ph 309 254-3481).

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1996 - Volume #20, Issue #1