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    gerald b says:

    i like that simple pump set up that you use ive just got a reg hand pump i got at tractor supply but haveing something i could run on a 12volt battery would be even better ive got a 40 gal pressure tank in my basement for my well pump storage and my well is only 100 feet deep but the water is always within 5 feet from the top of the well

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    Runs with a Fox says:

    Is that a property you bought or just built in the middle of nowhere? Sounds dumb i know, but if you bought it then your still on the grid! Also are you far enough away and well protected that you don't have to worry about other people finding you. Lastly the area surrounding the house is that a well forested area? no neighbors for hunting and trapping purposes.

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    yoder viking says:

    I have some questions about deep well pumps. Do you know of any companies that sell deep pumps? I have spoken to the company that drilled my well and they said its at 700 ft. I dont know if thats how deep or if thats where the water starts. How do I find out?


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