What is Hydro-Fracking?
Hydro-Fracking is a process by which water is injected into a low yield water well at a high pressure and volume, opening up and cleaning out the existing fractures found in the rock allowing an unrestricted flow of water in to the well.
We have found that some farms were the herd numbers have risen a lot over the last couple of years the water well that was sufficient is now going dry in summer months which puts the submersible pump under pressure and the risk of burning it out in a dry well can prove expensive. So with a frack it would open the veins allowing water to get in to the bore hole easier to increase well yield.
The success rate for this process has an average of 95% success, making the Hydro-Frac process the most effective well development tool available.