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Conserve Water with a rainwater cistern tank and gravity watering system. Read about it in the Homesteading and Livestock Blog from MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine.

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Convenient Barley Ball is a Natural Pond Cleaner If you want to keep your pond fresh and clear all summer long, discover what thousands of gardeners already know — there's no better natural solution than barley straw! And our Barley Ball is the most effective and convenient way to dispense barley. Each ball is effective for 3 to 4 months. One barley ball treats ponds from 260 to 2,600 gallons. Convenient, natural way to encourage clearer pond water Safe for fish, pets, plants For best…

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Real Men Build Their Own Hot Tubs

As for the cowboy soak tub…we bought two galvanized livestock water tanks from a local feed store. One is five feet in diameter and the other is six feet in diameter. We then nested them, leaving a gap on both sides and on the bottom. We filled this gap with that canned spray foam to create an insulated barrier (the last three inches around the top we filled with concrete for a better aesthetic). For plumbing we simply provided two openings for filling, draining and circulating. We did not…

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47 Irresistible hot tub spa designs for your backyard

blue-sky-prototype-house-exterior-backyard-hottub a little DIY livestock tank pool just big enough to get wet & stay cool...

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we bought two galvanized livestock water tanks from a local feed store. One is five feet in diameter and the other is six feet in diameter. We then nested them, leaving a gap on both sides and on the bottom. We filled this gap with that canned spray foam to create an insulated barrier (the last three inches around the top we filled with concrete for a better aesthetic). For plumbing we simply provided two openings for filling, draining and circulating.

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we bought two galvanized livestock water tanks from a local feed store. One is five feet in diameter and the other is six feet in diameter. We then nested them, leaving a gap on both sides and on the bottom. We filled this gap with that canned spray foam to create an insulated barrier (the last three inches around the top we filled with concrete for a better aesthetic). For plumbing we simply provided two openings for filling, draining and circulating. by billie

It has a 20 ft X 20 ft roof. 1 inch of rainfall will put about 250 gallons in the tank.

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Rainwater automatic chicken waterer. this is exactly what i want. clear instructions.

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