Why Is Well Water Testing Important?

Why Is Well Water Testing Important?

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), over 15 million households in the U.S. use well water. However, the organization’s rules to protect public water do not apply to privately-owned wells. Even though water is ..
What to Know About Owning a Home With a Well

What to Know About Owning a Home With a Well

Homes located in remote areas typically rely on wells as a source of water. Wells provide rural homeowners with many conveniences and cost-saving benefits, such as not having to pay municipal water bills. However, there ..
How to Care for Your Branding Iron

How to Care for Your Branding Iron

Branding irons have been a popular method of livestock identification for centuries. However, they have grown popular for other uses in recent years. Lately, there have been more cases of sculptors and even chefs using ..
What to Do If Your Well Runs Dry

What to Do If Your Well Runs Dry

Private water wells are a great source of water for many homeowners, but over time, the flow of fresh, high-quality water from private wells can reduce due to several natural, environmental, and external factors. Such ..
The Benefits of Electric Branding Irons

The Benefits of Electric Branding Irons

The use of branding tools is important when it comes to livestock identification; however, choosing the method that best fits your needs can require a little homework. If you’re considering investing in an electric branding ..
The Differences Between Well Water and City Water

The Differences Between Well Water and City Water

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), around 90% of U.S. households use “city” water systems regulated by the EPA, while 13 million households rely on unregulated water from private wells. Because residents are responsible for keeping track ..