regular shocking with chlorine is a bad idea. Chlorine is bad for the pump, fittings and wiring.
A properly sized water softener will take care of the iron and hardness problems.
Turbidity refers to the clarity of the sample. filtration will clear that up also. I'm going to steer clear of specific brand recommendations because for some reason that always leads to endless arguments here, suffice to say that you should do some product research and buy the best equipment you can afford.