Agricultural Extension Service, South Dakota State College
Water under pressure is necessary on the modern farm. Probably more tons of water are needed than any other single product handled on the farm. Handling it automatically, with a pressure system, will save much work and time. Without water under pressure, animals often do not get enough water and production efficiency suffers. The home will be more sanitary if plenty of water, under pressure, 1s available.
Peterson, William, "Water Systems for the Farm" (1959). SDSU Extension Circulars. 647.