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Video: digging a non-traditional shallow well that works

 
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Sooner or later I have to dig a new well.The waterlevel in the summer are getting lower and lower and last summer there were problems with water both to the animals and to the household.I have been looking around and asked  people and the  the very best I have seen so far was this.This is a well that will work.I just had to show it here because I was so impressed of the work this family have done.


 
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Thanks it was interesting to watch.
We dont have wells like this in Australia
 
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