How to filter Iron and Manganese from water supply?

I have an Iron problem in my water and need some suggestions of what to do. Any help is greatly appreciated.
I got my water tested and this is what came back. pH is 6.5, Iron is 7345 micrograms/litre, Manganese is 658 micrograms/litre and Hardness is 121 mg/L.
I have been calling some companies about what option they can offer me, and although I have only started today I have had a few different offers.
The iron is dissolved in the water so one company suggested using Crystal Right and use a backwash system overnight. I'm not sure if its better to filter the iron out while in its dissolved state or oxidise it and then filter it out. I'm not particularly worried bout how much this will cost but every company I approach is adamant that their procedure is better than the rest.
I live in the country and my supply is from a well. A neighbour of mine has used an effective but kind of primitive method. He built a huge tank with 3 stages, which are filled with sand. It seems to work fine for him but he was to clean out all the sand every year.
Like I said any help would be great..Thanx..Kevin
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Filtering out iron, with sand. Sure would like the plans for that one. Love to see the test results before and after the home made filter.
http://www.centralsupplyinc.com/statenh/ws-3-7.htm
http://www.cwqa.org/wqa_appendix.html
You fail to say how much water you need per day or if your just planning on doing every drop that comes into the home.
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A water softener???.........Ross
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