Reducing Mud on Horse Farms

Mud seems to be a given on horse farms during wet weather; however, there are things that farm owners can do to improve drainage and minimize mud.
Reducing Mud on Horse Farms - Webinars
Length: 1 hour
Language: English

Starting at FREE

Starting at FREE


When: March 27, 2019, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Mud is everywhere, especially in the spring! Dry lots, by the gate, down the lane - we all get tired of that boot-sucking mud. It makes barn chores more difficult and poses health risks for our horses. This webinar will discuss why we get mud problems and outline 7 practices that farm owners can use to reduce mud for convenience, health, and environmental stewardship.

Who is this for?

Horse farm owners and managers


Environmental stewardship Pasture management Manure management Nutrient management

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