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        11-01-2013, 10:19 PM
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    Foal
    Sorry if I mention things that others already have. Didn't read them all.
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    Poles for arena bad barrels and block to lift poles to make small jumps
    Extra panels for a round pen
    Pick nick table for lesson moms to chill at or whoever else wants to hang out
    Extra hoses
    Hanging brushes bag for back of tack room door
    Fire extinguisher
    Microwave
    Mini fridge
    Locks for tack room and feed room and multiple copy's of the key for boarders
    Pallets to put hay on top of
    Lots of tools so shovels, hammer, level,screws, power screwdriver , nails, crowbar, and lots of other basic tools that come in handy on almost a daily basis.
    Box fans for stalls
    Box fan holders
    Caddy for soaps and such at wash rack
    Cabinets to keep things like liniment, furazone , bandages etc.
    Extra chairs if you decide to do something like a barn night. We have bonfire nights at the barn I'm at .everyone brings a dish and everyone hangs out eats, drinks and has a great time. There's usually more food than we can all eat and lots of laughs. Also helps to strengthen a barn family feel between boarders.
    Automatic waterers if you want them
    Hay storage area whether it's round or square bails you'll need a place to put them so some kind of covered awning .
    Wheel barrows
         
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        11-01-2013, 10:24 PM
      #42
    Foal
    Oh bush hog
         
        11-01-2013, 10:41 PM
      #43
    Foal
    Did someone mention a frig, full or mini depends on your space in the feed/tack room and what you want to keep in it (ex: bottled water, perishable meds etc).

    If you give your own shots, a sharps container for the used needles. Ask your vet if he will dispose of the container when full.
         

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