Hi, I'm back to pick your brains again! :worship: It's "mud time" now - maybe I won't complain so much about "ice time" next winter. To make a long story short, I'm looking at a pasture that's ankle-deep in water right now. I took a hoe and opened up a couple areas where it looks like the water was draining naturally into the swale, but I'm thinking a long-term solution might help me. I was thinking of digging a couple ditches about 4-5" deep along the lines of the natural water flow and pooling, and lining the bottom of the ditch with some cheap tile. I'm thinking this would ease the water off the pasture and into the swale and it would be less likely to stand in the pasture.. Has anyone done this before? What kind of tile should I line the ditches with? Would this be a lot of work for nothing? We bought this farm during a drought year, and I didn't know that there would be standing water in one of the pastures - so I guess I have a little work to do! Thanks for any advice you can give me!