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  • Limestone flour smell
  • Horse farm smells

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    03-29-2012, 02:02 AM
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When we had racehorses, we had the same problem. Seeing how they are in their stalls 23hrs a day. We found that the ag-lime was the key, like loveduffy said. It cut the smell to nothing. We would just clean the stall out to bare ground, put an even dusting of lime, and put the shavings back in. We did this everytime we cleaned all the way down. I would maybe do a light dustings in the spots that are bad in between the deep cleans if need be. Hope that it works for you.
     
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    03-31-2012, 02:05 PM
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Majority of stall fresheners are 98% limestone flour (as we call it in the UK) As it is usually a tenth of the price of fresheners I use it!
     

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