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Heated garden hose/ or neat Ideas?

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algar

12-21-2013 15:37:14
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Has anyone had any luck with heated garden hose[electric] ? or do you have any tricks for me? I pump water out of a creek for mu wifes horses and the hose freezes when i raise and drain it.




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Dr. Walt

12-28-2013 10:21:43
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 Re: Heated garden hose/ or neat Ideas? in reply to algar, 12-21-2013 15:37:14  
Why not just move the corral down by the creek, let the horses drink from the creek whenever they wanted. As long as you are not getting your drinking water downstream from the horses there shouldn't be a problem.



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NoNewParts

12-25-2013 08:30:37
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 Re: Heated garden hose/ or neat Ideas? in reply to algar, 12-21-2013 15:37:14  
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in a really cold area....nope

burying it or rolling it up and bringing it in after every use

is really the only way.

I just had to use my hose, When done and rolling it up, it was already frozen

really cold areas you even have to pack hay bales around

well shafts or the air in the tube will freeze the up pipe at the elbow

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showcrop

12-25-2013 16:59:37
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 Re: Heated garden hose/ or neat Ideas? in reply to NoNewParts, 12-25-2013 08:30:37  
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how deep is the elbow and how cold?



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mss3020

12-23-2013 13:46:24
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 Re: Heated garden hose/ or neat Ideas? in reply to algar, 12-21-2013 15:37:14  
What do you do with the pump??? I have two hay poopers.. Wish someone else had them..lol I drag about 125 foot of hose to water..twice a week. I unhook mine when done and throw one end down the hill while I coil it up then keep in workshop floor in basement of house till needed. When I lived at folks house we hung a hose weaved it through the corral fence down to the tank. Then just had a 10 foot piece to work with..Its on my bucket list to install a hyd. near the tank..cheaper to get rid of horses..

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mj

12-27-2013 09:22:06
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 Re: Heated garden hose/ or neat Ideas? in reply to mss3020, 12-23-2013 13:46:24  
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ALL too familiar!



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Diydave

12-22-2013 04:59:07
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 Re: Heated garden hose/ or neat Ideas? in reply to algar, 12-21-2013 15:37:14  
let it run at a trickle, all the time. running water does not freeze.



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big fred

12-22-2013 09:11:17
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 Re: Heated garden hose/ or neat Ideas? in reply to Diydave, 12-22-2013 04:59:07  
That's why rivers never freeze? ;o)



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bill b va

12-22-2013 14:45:02
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 Re: Heated garden hose/ or neat Ideas? in reply to big fred, 12-22-2013 09:11:17  
i put spring water in my vehicles because the spring never freezes



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IH2444

12-22-2013 19:52:59
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 Re: Heated garden hose/ or neat Ideas? in reply to bill b va, 12-22-2013 14:45:02  
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Spring water is too bouncy it fights the vanes on the water pump.



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PJH

12-21-2013 19:41:11
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 Re: Heated garden hose/ or neat Ideas? in reply to algar, 12-21-2013 15:37:14  
My neighbor would roll his out and water the horses, then coil it up and store it in the hot tub until needed again. Course you'll need a hot tub for that idea, ha.



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showcrop

12-21-2013 17:02:28
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 Re: Heated garden hose/ or neat Ideas? in reply to algar, 12-21-2013 15:37:14  
I put in a hydrant and a heated waterer. To get water out of a stream I think that I would put in a reservoir next to the stream made with two sections of 48 inch concrete pipe, and put a roof with door over it with a shallow well pump and a captive air tank and bury a pipe to the barn.



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