FUTURE WASHOUT THOUGHTS. NEBRASKA
Posted Tue, Dec 01 2009 09:55 AM CST
MIKE & LORETTA MACFEE
Posts: 3

make sure to do your homework, NE EPA is a nightmare

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Posted Tue, Dec 01 2009 10:13 AM CST
TYLER DICKINSON
Posts: 6

I'm looking at building a washout near seward nebraska. It will be a 30' by 100' heated building. I just want to see want thoughts are on it before i start to build. It will be be off hwy 34 west of seward. i'm sick of driving to columbus to wash out and most of the washouts won't let you wash cattle trailers only hogs.  if anyone wants to start it with me, we could work out a deal. Its looking like around $20,000 all said and done.  i'm looking at charging $35 or $40.  let me know what i could do it make it work or what your thoughts are on it in anyway.

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Posted Tue, May 11 2010 03:50 AM CST
BRENT BOLLING
Posts: 4

Hire someone to work it.  Been around a honor system washout and it don't work.  They will pull in and washout, stick you for the washout and then leave and let your hoses freeze.  The only way it will work is be open 24 hrs. and have someone there to work it.  I think it is a great idea though, go through there a lot and that area is in need of a good washout!!!  But hey thats just my opinion.

 

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Posted Tue, May 11 2010 08:42 AM CST
CHANCE CLEMENT
CLEMENT TRANSPORT INC
SKIDMORE, MO
660-853-1868

Posts: 1

Build it, it will work thier is a huge need for a good washout in that area. Just be sure to build a good one so people will keep coming back. I guarantee you I will be a customer.

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Posted Tue, May 11 2010 10:21 AM CST
ERIC CHEVALIER
Posts: 32
Originally Posted by: TYLER DICKINSON
Quote: "I'm looking at building a washout near seward nebraska. It will be a 30' by 100' heated building. I just want to see want thoughts are on it before i start to build. It will be be off hwy 34 west of seward. i'm sick of driving to columbus to wash out and most of the washouts won't let you wash cattle trailers only hogs.  if anyone wants to start it with me, we could work out a deal. Its looking like around $20,000 all said and done.  i'm looking at charging $35 or $40.  let me know what i could do it make it work or what your thoughts are on it in anyway."

i have spent close to 20k on a washout in missouri. it is outdoors! i want to know how to build a washout inside that cheep with a building and concrete and a good pump setup. my big pump i bought cost over $2500 alone? i think you better do some research first.   good luck!   mid-mo livestock washout exit 78A on I-70 missouri.       

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