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What's it worth to keep grass growing?
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Yoders use irrigation ponds to take the edge off summer droughts.

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How Many Pods?
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John Nye of K-Line North America explains the optimum number of pods per line for a portable pasture irrigation system.

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Grazier-friendly irrigation debuts in U.S.

Grass needs water, and an increasing number of graziers are showing interest in irrigation to provide at least a portion of it. What they've found isn't always encouraging.

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Introducing K-Line Irrigation’s New Pop-Up Sprinkler Assembly!
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A constant problem for orchard growers is harvesting fruit and nut crops around permanent irrigation systems. K-Line Irrigation solves this problem with lines of sprinklers that can be easily moved out of the way during harvesting.

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System saves time, labor

An innovative irrigation system developed in New Zealand is catching hold with grassland and pasture irrigators on the West Coast.

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Colorado Rancher Plans to Replace Center-Pivots with Line-Pod Irrigation

An ATV is used to move line-pod irrigators. The irrigators are not shut off but a clothespin is used to temporary stop the revolving irrigator while the lines are being moved to prevent the operator from getting a cold shower. The Parry's move their line-ponds every 24 hours.

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New Irrigation System Catching On

There's over 120-thousand acres of irrigated pastures in our county... and most of them use aluminum hand line systems, a concept that's been around for over a half­-century.

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Line-Pod Irrigation Helps Revive Western Nebraska Ranch
 

OSKOSH. Neb: When Margaret Baker asked her husband, Stan, to take over the management of the family ranch in western Nebraska, that was a stretch.

 

by Bob Scriven (Reprinted from the June 06 Volume of “The Stockman Grass Farmer” magazine.)

 

Stan wasn't a rancher or a cowboy. But his...

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New Zealand refines irrigation system

Intensive pasture grazing requires irrigation, and that typically means expensive systems that are time- and labor-intensive to move and maintain.

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Ongoing K-Line Research
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Three research stations have installed K-Line systems. These research stations will be evaluating the effectiveness of K-Line systems over the course of the next several years.

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