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Thursday, June 25th 2009, 10:46am

by cowboy (Guest)

hose-end traveler tough enough for steep pasture pitch?

We have 5 acres of steep terrain to put into fescue pasture for stock. The well pumps 45 gpm the pressure is about 40- 50 psi. The distance from well - up the hill to the 2" main line is 135'. From there, do you think the Rain Coach Self-Propelled Buckner will work? Or the Buckner Arena Traveler? Anybody with experience in large steep grass watering?