Back reaming through concrete

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Prairie Dog Boring Equipment has sold some machines recently in the Texas Hill Country.  Most of the work they are used for are 1″ or so service lines.  We’ve been able to bore the pilot holes fairly easily and have … Continued

Thoughts from a trade show

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Last week I exhibitied our machines at the Texas Rural Water Association Technical Conference.  I received a lot of good responses and quoted several machines.  The two biggest complaints for these Water Supply Corporations and Utility Districts were exactly what … Continued

Underground Boring Made Easy

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Prairie Dog Boring Machines offer the best value in utility boring.  In addition to their simplicity of design and operation, all our machines are built with a low cost of ownership and ease of maintenance in mind.  They are dependable … Continued

How to Bore in Sandy Soils

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Granular soil or sand consists of large uneven particles.  They don’t stick together very well because they are individually heavy and have voids which allows the absorption of water.  These voids reduce the surface area for the weight to size … Continued