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Friday, May 11, 2012

Pond full of stagnate water and algae?


Consider adding a charming but beneficial aerator windmill, there is no electricity required!


A working aerator windmill from Cottage Craft Works will not only add charm to your home it will also add beneficial oxygen to your pond. Windmills have been used for generations to provide water, electricity and now available for pond aeration.


These windmills are the perfect addition to a self-sufficient sustainable homestead dependent on clean fresh pond water for live stock and hobby farm irrigation.


A pond or lake is a great resource for the back-to-basics self-sufficient homestead. A well maintained lake can provide an abundance of fresh fish, frog legs, and crawfish. It also provides water for irrigation and livestock, as well as a place to take a cool dip on a hot summer day. However, not maintained that same pond or lake can quickly become a quagmire of thick weeds and aquatic vegetation to the point fishing becomes near impossible because of the weeds entangling the hooks.


Aeration helps mix the water with oxygen to get to the bottom of the pond, and aides in providing cleaner water.


Aerator windmills from Cottage Craft Works features towers built from aluminum and use stainless steel nuts and bolts to provide a rust free long lasting structure. A 60" diameter fan with stainless steel shaft will provide approximate. 3 cubic feet of air at 12 miles per hour.

Why spend almost the same amount of money to have an ornamental windmill of this size when you can really benefit your pond and habitat with a working aerator windmill?


These are actual working windmills built to aerate and maintain water quality in a pond. Without oxygen pond water becomes stagnate, dirty, smelly and full of bacteria.


In the Northern states plants die in the winter and fall to the bottom of the pond. As plants decompose oxygen levels become reduced. In the summer and in the Southern states where temperatures remain hot, fertile ponds can develop an Oxygen Devoid Layer. An oxygen devoid layer can develop in late summer which not only reduces the area in which fish can inhabit, but can cause a fall fish kill when water cools and the oxygen devoid layer mixes with the rest of the pond.


Aeration helps mix the water with oxygen to get to the bottom of the pond, and aides in providing cleaner water.


Aerator windmills from Cottage Craft Works features towers built from aluminum and use stainless steel nuts and bolts to provide a rust free long lasting structure. A 60" diameter fan with stainless steel shaft will provide approximate. 3 cubic feet of air at 12 miles per hour. The fan shaft connects to a rubber membrane diffuser, and comes with 100' of ½" airline. The unit will produce air flow in winds of 3-5 mph, and has an automatic slow down in high winds. This is a very low maintenance and long lasting windmills built in an Amish shop in Northern Indiana. Sizes come in 20' and 30' Tall shipping requires truck freight.


Cottage Craft Works provides a wide variety of farm and ranch products made in small cottage based shops from across the United States. American made products such as the Aerator Windmills are built with old fashioned pride and quality to last for many years. See all the wonderful products this on line back-to-basics-general-store provides at http://www.cottagecraftworks.com


You can purchase an aerator windmill at Cottage Craft Works Farm and Ranch http://www.cottagecraftworks.com/windmills-aluminum-aerator-windmill-p-207.html?osCsid=91e62212b77bcb5810205fb059983b85

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