Lisa Hjelmgren

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Mobile Field Shelters – Galvanised Towing Frame – Mobile Field Shelter with Tack/Feed Room – Equestrian buildings – Horse Stables

Small acreage horse management: Keeping a horse off sodden pasture will not only be better for the horse, but it minimizes the amount of mud created and reduces soil compaction. By creating a safe lock-up area, with a mud-free footing, you can regulate the amount of time a horse spends on grass. These areas are called "dry lots" or "sacrifice paddocks". You are "sacrificing" one smaller area for the sake of the rest.

Keeping horses on limited acreage takes knowledge, guile, and cunning to keep your equines happy.

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I’ve been using small mesh hay nets and other types of slow feeders for years. Having had an insulin resistant horse previously, and two easy keepers currently, slow feeders are very importa…

plastic garbage can with the flip up handles to make filling hay bags.  We use…

Plastic garbage can with the flip up handles to make filling hay bags. We use granite screenings in our stalls over which we put restaurant grade anti fatigue rubber mats that have holes in them.

Outside runs for your show barn.

Like the more solid pipe. Individual pipes are easier to replace when need be - instead of having to replace an entire panel for one slat being badly damaged. Love the gates between each run. And the gravel.