Look at you panel and see if there is a big, probably bare copper wire running out of it into the ground/concrete.I'm wondering if I have to ground to the panel or a ufer.
I think this is primarily for dairies where there are automatic milkers. In this case, the ground potential is very critical. Unless your cow is into S&M, it won't like a poorly grounded slab/I guess I wasn't clear enough. I've heard that when you have livestock that stand or walk on slabs that have steel in them, the slabs have to be grounded, especially if their is electrical servive in the building, barn, etc. attached to the slab. I believe it is for protection for the animals. Something about ther acute sensistivity to current because all four feet are on the ground and any current passes through their heart. I'm wondering if I have to ground to the panel or a ufer.
Not sure where this would fit in.Does anyone know if it is necessary to ground the slab next to my barn? How would I do it?