Irrigation-Manure Storage Dispense
PleasantCreekHay.com, shares its management with its partners (meaning it is up to our perspective partners to make the management decisions and purchases compatable WITH THEIR OPERATIONS! Should a perspective partner have a system in place, we'll be more than happy to create an LLC as part of a custom hay mowing business and MARKET OUR SERVICES both in the handling of hay and manure disposal. Our partners always have first priority when it comes to the mowing of their hay and/or any other services assigned the LLC's equipment.
Prior to the 2012 drought it was assumed local dealers would be able to sell us the pumps and systems needed to dispose of our storages, we at PleasantCreekHayEquipment.com have found that not to be the case and are researching irrigation pump companies and real manufacturers so we can put together a "KISS" system capable of disposing the smallest of storages while takig advantage of the speed and 185 HP of our "Mowing" tractor. Our design is KISS simple, we simply put a Y or double Y early in the systems layout and are capable of continuous pumping, pumping 1-2 lines while laying out hose on another.
I can order us additional footage from Europe, but it will be 3-5 weeks before delivery!
If you are just starting in the creation of your system our suggestion is to purchase a pump adequate to utilize the power of a 150-200 HP tractor. You will find power requirements of irrigtion pumps to be very forgiving based on volummn pumped, a smaller nozzel on a gun and a 50 HP tractor can easily pump the required volumn with no effort, Add 50% to the nozzels diameter and a second nozzel and the 200 HP requirement will stall your 50 HP tractor, while the smaller tractor can operate the larger pump with ease if it not taxed by the larger volumn.
Buy the right pump today and we'll be able to utilize the power and road speed of the tractors of our hay operation to empty multiple manure storages in record time in the future.
We'll have adequate cash flow to pay for your system in near record time!
FROM OUR OWN EXPERIENCE WHEN WE WERE PLEASANT CREEK DAIRY FARMS, YOU WILL NEED A PUMP WITH AT LEAST A 4 INCH INLET!