to Direct Access Livestock Watering
This publication provides information on the impacts of direct watering
of livestock on water quality and some of the management alternatives
that exist for improving water quality by restricting animal access to
Winter Watering for Livestock
This publication provides information about the impacts of direct
access livestock watering on water quality. It also recommends some of
the best management practices to improve water quality and winter
Pipelines - Pipe Sizes Explained
There are many varieties of pipe available, and to ensure that all
components fit together when developing a piping system, it is
important to understand naming conventions when ordering pipe and
Systems for Range Livestock
A pasture water system is one tool available to livestock producers to
help them manage their resources to maximize production and protect the
Water Sources for Range Livestock
Sources of water for range livestock can consist of a single source or
a number of sources in combination.
Troughs for Watering Range Livestock
A watering trough is a water container that holds water without
affecting its quality and is the final component in a livestock
Water Powered Water Pumping Systems for Livestock
A continuously-flowing source of water may be able to harness the
energy of the flowing water itself to convey water to a remote location
where cattle can drink in comfort without impacting the source.
Livestock-Powered Water Pumps
The most common livestock-powered pumping system is the nose pump.
Wind-Powered Water Pumping Systems for Livestock
Wind energy is an abundant source of renewable energy that can be
exploited for pumping water in remote locations.
Pipelines for Watering Range Livestock
Pipelines are ideal tools for water conveyance on farming and ranching
operations which employ intensive rotational grazing systems, if the
grazing area is within about 1.5 to 2 km of a source of water
Stream Crossings for Cattle
Livestock often require access to land on both sides of a stream,
making crossing of the watercourse necessary.