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Ok, let's take a look at this;
That sounds like rust or mud. Has any digging or construction happened around the well lately?
Check at the closet to the well pump; see if it steams from there. If it does, try to flush it out
After I did that I would flush the lines in the house, change your filters, and check your softener.
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I would say that is the number one possibility, the water and rain is most likely getting into your wells water table.
This may be something you have to deal with in these conditions, then once things settle down it should clear.
I would contact your local Water dept, or Well dept, whom ever that is, or your local health dept and have them run some water tests on it to make sure that it isn't harmful.
In most normal conditions, it is usually ok, but if it is water coming in from the creek it may need to be tested.
If you can tell me your zip code, I can do a search for a test company for you.
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Looks like this company can do the testing
Scobee Well Drilling
17 E County Road 350 N, Greencastle, IN 46135
I would call fist to get a price
This is the closest health dept
Cumberland County Health Dept
132 NE Courthouse Sq, Toledo, IL 6.47mi