That may work in your climate. But you get up here farther north that doesn"t work on below zero days. If you opened a 200" hose far enough to keep from freezing here in Iowa, you would have to have 500 head drinking to not have a ice skating rink around the tank.
Re: Draining water hose in reply to IaGary, 12-08-2012 20:06:50
Well funny that is how I did if back when I lived in NE Leigh NEB. back in the day and never had a problem but back then there was snow on the ground on Oct 31st till some time in March not that way now. Snow and a hose equals running water due to the fact snow is an insulator.
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