To start out with, I am a Dad who knows nothing about horses, nor have I had expeiences keeping horses, but I am building my daughter a horse barn.
Anybody have an opinion on vents in stall walls near the floors? Theoretically I see where they can help prevent ammonia build-up in the stall. Our stalls are sliding door "kits" from Triton Barns. I am just about ready to start installing them. I really have no idea how "tight" a fit they will have in terms of allowing the air near the floors from circulating.
Then again, if my daughter keeps up with mucking out the stalls, this shoudn't be an issue!