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Build Your Own Feeders - Double or Single Sided

Build Your Own Feeders - Double or Single Sided

ok with something simple like this, since horses will be outdoors most of the time.

ok with something simple like this, since horses will be outdoors most of the time.

four large foaling stalls with rubber mats, deep straw bedding and monitoring cameras. barn includes a large feed room and staff quarters. The horses spend most of their time outside in the pastures. Two large pastures span the front of the property and generally contain the farms broodmares or mares with older foals at their sides. On either side of the barn are four paddocks that are used for isolation, late term confined grazing and young foal turn out.

four large foaling stalls with rubber mats, deep straw bedding and monitoring cameras. barn includes a large feed room and staff quarters. The horses spend most of their time outside in the pastures. Two large pastures span the front of the property and generally contain the farms broodmares or mares with older foals at their sides. On either side of the barn are four paddocks that are used for isolation, late term confined grazing and young foal turn out.

Single stall shelter.  This would be great for a horse that needed to be kept off summer pasture.

Single stall shelter. This would be great for a horse that needed to be kept off summer pasture.

Horse Barn with Tack Room. I would probably have this enclosed though. During the winter time in MN.

Horse Barn with Tack Room. I would probably have this enclosed though. During the winter time in MN.

More frequent forage feedings for group-housed horses could lead to a balance between feeding and resting.  -So basically, you can keep horses inside and out of the rain/night without the stress and negative side effects of single-horse stalling; so long as you make sure group housed horses always have plenty of hay, water and room to get around and out of each other's way, aggression between horses will be very low- about the same amount expressed in the pasture.  Sounds great to me! :)

More frequent forage feedings for group-housed horses could lead to a balance between feeding and resting. -So basically, you can keep horses inside and out of the rain/night without the stress and negative side effects of single-horse stalling; so long as you make sure group housed horses always have plenty of hay, water and room to get around and out of each other's way, aggression between horses will be very low- about the same amount expressed in the pasture. Sounds great to me! :)

I could see the stalls on the side attached to the main barn being open stalls!!!

I could see the stalls on the side attached to the main barn being open stalls!!!

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