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Managing small-acreage horse farms : for green pastures, clean water, and healthy horses Public Deposited

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  • The goals for a well-managed small-acreage horse farm are: A productive pasture with plenty of grass and few weeds Almost no mud during the rainy season All nutrients (manure and stall waste) generated by the horses recycled to feed the pasture or removed from the farm and recycled Healthy horses free of problems associated with standing in mud and manure Happy owners who are able to conveniently feed and care for their animals without dreading the chore or losing their boots in deep mud
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