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Irrigation Wells
Enjoy a Steady Water Supply
for Your Crops or Orchards

Are you ready to take control of the water for your crops and orchards with an irrigation well? Now, you can say good-bye to water supply uncertainty and fluctuating costs. With your new irrigation well, you can enjoy peace-of-mind regarding your crop and orchard water supply, larger crop yields, and increase your land value.

We share your hometown values and commitment to quality. For more than 40 years, the dedicated drillers at Gregory Drilling have been drilling successful wells for farmers, home owners, and businesses. We have consistently drilled successful wells in all types of conditions and overcome incredible challenges. Each and every day, we go above and beyond to deliver our best for you.

Your irrigation well drillers are:

  Prepared. Wells and aquifers in your area are analyzed in preparation for drilling.
  Equipped. Arrive at your farm or orchard with the right equipment to drill your irrigation well.
  Skilled. Well drilling skills and experience to locate the aquifer and make the most of water available to your property.
  Committed to your satisfaction. A senior driller, likely a company officer, will drill your well.

Getting started is easy - contact us today. We'll ask for your property's statistics and location then answer any questions you may have about obtaining a water right from the Washington State Department of Ecology. You'll receive a quote via email. On your approval, we’ll schedule a team to drill your irrigation well.

Dependable irrigation well drilling equipment. Your team arrives with the right equipment to drill your farm or orchard irrigation well.

  2008 Atlas Copco RD 20 Range 3 Drill Rig (a dependable, powerful rig capable of drilling to 5,000 feet)
  Heavyweight drill collars, stabilizers and drill pipe (essential for drilling a straight well)
  Support trucks, trailers, forklifts, and tools (to work effectively and efficiently)

The depth and diameter of your irrigation well depends on the conditions at your property. We have drilled wells to depths of 2,800 feet and 24 inches in diameter. An irrigation well for a major crop producer in Moses Lake produced more than 2,000 GPM; that well was over 2,000 feet deep.

Serving all of Central and Eastern Washington including Yakima, Moses Lake, Tri-Cities, Ritzville, Walla Walla, and beyond.

Potatoes, wheat, beans, alfalfa, apples, cherries, and more - you name it - your crops rely on a dependable source of water. We’re here to make it easy for you to have an irrigation water supply you can count on for years to come.

Contact us today to talk with a drilling specialist about an irrigation well for your farm or orchard.


  • New, 2,000 foot irrigation well producing 2,000 GPM. New, 2,000 foot irrigation well producing 2,000 GPM.
  • 24-inch diameter hole-opener bit; often the first bit used when drilling an irrigation well. 24-inch diameter hole-opener bit; often the first bit used when drilling an irrigation well.
  • When we hit solid bedrock (usually basalt, in eastern Washington) this down-hole hammer drives a straight hole through it. When we hit solid bedrock (usually basalt, in eastern Washington) this down-hole hammer drives a straight hole through it.
  • Drill pipe, tank truck, support equipment, and our RD 20 drill. Drill pipe, tank truck, support equipment, and our RD 20 drill.
  • Drilling an irrigation well in eastern Washington. Drilling an irrigation well in eastern Washington.