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    I think draining it and hiring someone with a skid steer loader (preferably with tracks) to clean it out would be your best option.

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    I don't think you would ever get finished with a vac. The best, easiest and probably most expensive, unfortunately, is to drain it, let it dry out and scrape the muck out.

    Breeders with mud ponds do this every year.
    The will of God will not take you where the GRACE of God cannot keep you.

    Sandy, K.O.I., KHA

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    I don't think you would ever get finished with a vac. The best, easiest and probably most expensive, unfortunately, is to drain it, let it dry out and scrape the muck out.

    Breeders with mud ponds do this every year.
    The will of God will not take you where the GRACE of God cannot keep you.

    Sandy, K.O.I., KHA

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    Thank you all. appreciate the advice

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