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 · So once I got thinking about digging a pond, then I'm thining OK, what if it doesn't hold water? It'd be a real mess to say the least. Grouse. johnee. Participant. Posts: 731. August 1, at 7:44 pm #. Quote: How big of a water hole are you anticipating? This is a matter of some debate. I was thinking about 20-30 feet in diameter ...dig a small diameter, six-foot deep hole and watch how the water level fluctuates over a oneyear - period. This can be accomplished with an auger or hand tool. If a backhoe is used, a DEQ permit is required. One can expect the water levels observed in the test hole to approximate the water levels of a future pond. · the excavation equipment you need is a large backhoe with a front end loader (to move the dirt to where you want it)..without a backhoe you cannot dig deep enough for a pond….

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How To Dig A Pond With A Backhoe? — Farm & Animals

 · I am renovating an old farm pond. I'm guessing it's at least 40-50 years old. It's about 40' x 80'. The dam overflowed and eroded in one area so it doesn't hold more than a couple feet of water. I used a backhoe and dug out the eroded area to let the water drain out. I have a few ques... · The hydro-rake is a floating barge upon which a backhoe is mounted with a digging bucket or rake. It is capable of removing accumulated muck in water as shallow as 18 inches. Hydro Raking a very efficient for removing aquatic vegetation and debris from pond and lake. · Digging a pond with a tractor and backhoe Can A Backhoe Be Used To Dig A Foundation? Once you've gotten some experience with a backhoe and learned how to operate it safely and how quick and easy very difficult tasks can be with its help, you will naturally begin to wonder about doing other projects with this very versatile machinery.

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How to Build a Farm Pond

 · Come along on today's journey as we use the LS XR Compact Tractor with backhoe to dig out our pond!If you all want to see more great tractor videos along... · Hi I recently bought a JD with a 550 lb bucket with a hunting property, very interested in digging a pond originally thinking a size 60 x 60 feet and 6-8 feet deep not sure that a backhoe 260 with a 16 inch bucket will do the trick time is not an issue herer, wondering spending 5-6 K buying a backhoe to do the job, surely i can also use it for other purposes, any suggestions · There is much more to building a pond than digging a hole and letting it fill. If you don't have a background in engineering, you're going to need outside help to make it happen. There are serious legal liabilities involved in dam construction (i.e. if it breaks) and you may have a mountain of red tape to climb in order to get a permit.

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Backhoe Loader Rental

 · Thinking about putting a pond on your farm or large piece of property? Fun! A pond is a great investment. There are some things to consider when digging a pond. You'll need to know how much it will cost, what type of soil you have, how large will it … · "The rule of thumb is the larger the tractor, the deeper the backhoe attachment. For example, with the John 260B backhoe attachment for the 1 Series and R compact utility tractors, the digging depth is 6 ft, 2 in." Kioti offers backhoes in 6-, 6.5-, 7.5- and 8.5-ft dig depths.In landscaping, backhoe loaders can dig holes for ponds and other landscaping features, as well as preparing dirt for planting trees, shrubs, and flowers. Use the backhoe part of the machine to uproot trees. For agriculture, the backhoe loader can do many of the tasks that a tractor ….

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How To Dredge A Pond

 · Is it possible to dig out this u and create a small pond? The creek continues to flow down the side property line, then the back property line. Reply. Jul 27, #2 debilorrah The Great Guru of Yap. Premium Feather Member. 11 Years. Aug 25, 39,693 138 … · There is much more to building a pond than digging a hole and letting it fill. If you don't have a background in engineering, you're going to need outside help to make it happen. There are serious legal liabilities involved in dam construction (i.e. if it breaks) and you may have a mountain of red tape to climb in order to get a permit ... · The hydro-rake is a floating barge upon which a backhoe is mounted with a digging bucket or rake. It is capable of removing accumulated muck in water as shallow as 18 inches. Hydro Raking a very efficient for removing aquatic vegetation and debris from pond and lake.

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Building a Pond in Michigan

About Press Copyright Contact us Creators Advertise Developers Terms Privacy Policy & Safety How YouTube works Test new features Press Copyright Contact us Creators ... · Ill be digging my pond with dozer (International TD-7E) and cleaning up with my Branson and backhoe. Mine will roughly be 150x80, with an island, so I wont be moving too much dirt, and the dirt I do move will be used to build dirt bike jumps and a Maverick course.dig a small diameter, six-foot deep hole and watch how the water level fluctuates over a oneyear

 · "The rule of thumb is the larger the tractor, the deeper the backhoe attachment. For example, with the John 260B backhoe attachment for the 1 Series and R compact utility tractors, the digging depth is 6 ft, 2 in." Kioti offers backhoes in 6-, 6.5-, 7.5- and 8.5-ft dig depths. · There is much more to building a pond than digging a hole and letting it fill. If you don't have a background in engineering, you're going to need outside help to make it happen. There are serious legal liabilities involved in dam construction (i.e. if it breaks) and you may have a mountain of red tape to climb in order to get a permit ...A backhoe can excavate a hole, but its the blade sliding over the pond's soil that makes it sealed. A dozer compacts as well as presses the soil and thus seals it. Its okay to use a backhoe or excavator to remove the soil, but the final shaping; that needs a bulldozer to be done properly.

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How to Dig a Pond With a Backhoe

 · The first step is finding a tractor tire based on your preference. 5-6 feet across tractor tire makes a nice size for your pond. In this particular type of pond, the tire functions as the "frame" for your pond and pond liner. · Well we got the mini back hoe and dozer, and Joel began on Saturday a little but mostly on Sunday working on the pond digging. With the larger backhoe he had gotten a lot of the center and around the island dug out before it broke down, so he is starting here to try to finish digging out south of the island on the south end of the pond. · A pond is a picturesque feature that can add value to both residential and commercial sites. The best way to dig a pond is to use an efficient backhoe rental.This equipment will help you dig quickly and accurately, so you can create a stunning pond ….

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How to Dig a Pond With a Backhoe

 · In this article we've found a handful of ways that tractors can dig without a backhoe. Some are pretty nifty… 1. Digging With Your Front-End Loader. Technically, you can do a lot of digging with just your loader. Check out how deep this hole is, dug by BabyGrand in CT. He said he took about an inch off every pass and uncovered thick clay soil.About Press Copyright Contact us Creators Advertise Developers Terms Privacy Policy & Safety How YouTube works Test new features Press Copyright Contact us Creators ...Feb 12, - Adding a swimming, fish or waterfowl pond to your property can enhance your property value and add to the recreational use of your land. With a good pond design in hand you can dig a pond with a backhoe in a matter of days (depending on ….

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 · I am renovating an old farm pond. I'm guessing it's at least 40-50 years old. It's about 40' x 80'. The dam overflowed and eroded in one area so it doesn't hold more than a couple feet of water. I used a backhoe and dug out the eroded area to let the water drain out. I have a few ques... · In this article we've found a handful of ways that tractors can dig without a backhoe. Some are pretty nifty… 1. Digging With Your Front-End Loader. Technically, you can do a lot of digging with just your loader. Check out how deep this hole is, dug by BabyGrand in CT. He said he took about an inch off every pass and uncovered thick clay soil. · looking at your backhoe/loader it looks like it has at least 10 to 12 foot reach. if your actual pond dig is only 20x40 feet you should be able to split the pond in half and dig your way down the length stacking the loam in a pile as you go. when you have the pond dug out use the front end loader to move it to your pile site, if it's only 75.

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