Water rates can be a high cost, especially in high use agri sectors such as dairy farming.

An Agricultural waterwell can vary in size depending on the water demand from the farm. There are many factors that can effect this, including number of livestock, farm houses, sheds, etc.

Agricultural water supplies have been known save to farms throughout the country money on high public water rates, and so are used to keep the water supply indigenous to that farmstead, cutting down on rates.

The first step towards your new supply is to contact us for your feasibility study. The report will inform on the probability of finding the required yield of water and the quality you might expect. It provides key information about drift and drilling depths that will allow us to estimate more accurately the depth required, and by proxy the associated cost.

For further information on how you can substantially reduce your farm’s water bill, you can call or email us using the details supplied on this website.