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Plumber and Pumps services local farmers and local producers with their everyday requirements to earn their livelihood. Whether you are a dairy farmer or operate a chicken farm, we want to help you ensure your animals have water, especially in emergency situations. We install pipes and fixtures for large agricultural properties.

We can help with everything from well and cistern excavation, trenching, and installation, to water pumps, annual water bowls, water treatment, and everything in between. Our team enters every project with the environment in mind.

Cleanliness and freshness are essential for the well-being and productivity of your livestock. Animals, like humans, are picky about the state of their water. They will not drink it if the taste or smell is not appealing. Potable water must have zero E. coli and zero coliforms per 100 ml. Any signs of these are an indication of a contaminated water supply.

We hobby farmers tend to be known as resourceful types, each a veritable “Jack of all trades.” We’re willing to learn a wide variety of skills to further our farming ambitions, whether it’s plowing fields or raising goats, or building chicken coops.

Then again, if you take the time to gain some basic knowledge of plumbing. You might be able to handle many small, manageable tasks, which could save you the time and the expense of summoning a professional.

For example, my farm contains a red yard hydrant that gets used multiple times each day.

But the truth is that this particular fix couldn’t be much simpler, as the plumber was quick to demonstrate. I needed only to disconnect a short brass rod from the handle. Then unscrew the hydrant from the pipe in the ground. Then reattach the short brass rod to the long rod using a new cotter pin, and then screw the whole unit back together. Plumbing simplicity.