Managing small-acreage horse farms in central and eastern Oregon Public Deposited

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Published November 2007. Reviewed December 2013. Please look for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension Catalog:  http://extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog

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  • Some good goals for a well-managed, small-acreage horse farm are: • A productive pasture with plenty of grass and few weeds • Less dust during the dry season and less mud during the wet season • Healthy horses free of problems associated with dust, manure, mud, and toxic plants • Manure managed as an important resource on the farm or recycled off the farm • Good stewardship of your property and the water that flows through, across, and below it • Satisfied owners who are able to conveniently care for their animals without dreading the chore
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