Your Animals Are Only as Healthy as The Water They Drink
Wednesday, April 15, 2020
There is a direct correlation between the amount of water an animal drinks to its overall health. A Holstein cow needs up to 50 gallons of clean water a day; more while lactating. When dairy cows don't drink as much as they should their output declines. A good practice for farmers is to track the amount of water their cows consume and compare it to the amount of milk produced. If the animals aren’t drinking as much as they should, it may be a symptom of poor water quality.
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5 Most Common Chemical Ingredients in Tap Water
Wednesday, April 1, 2020
When it comes to health, the last thing you want to experience is chemical ingredients in tap water. Here are the 5 most common chemicals in your water.
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What Are Backwashing Filters and How Do They Work?
Monday, February 24, 2020
In terms of water treatment, including water purification and sewage treatment, backwashing refers to pumping water backwards through the filters media.
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Top 7 Benefits of Installing a Commercial Backflow Prevention Device
Monday, February 10, 2020
As its name implies, a backflow prevention device stands as a safeguard against possible backflow. Here are the 7 benefits of installing a backflow preventer.
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3 Big Reasons You Should Be Monitoring Your Water's Ammonia Levels
Wednesday, December 25, 2019
As a business, it is imperative that the water you use is clean, safe and stable for the environment. Monitoring your water's ammonia levels can ensure this.
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