Originally Posted by dirtroadangel
We have 2acres a lil over an is fenced off for horses.
He thinks we can seed nd prepare the land .
But I don't think worth it while the horses are on it...
So my questions is can you prepare the ground while the horses are on it?
This the sand bar called Florida..
Thank You for any response....
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No, not a good i-dee. Horses are far harder on ground than cattle - and they will just destroy seedlings and in general make a bit of a mess on a newly tilled seeded area. And, their paths, wether the feild is "naturally watered" or irrigated, will channel water (seeds in the path will never see the light of day). Dividing it is best...move, plant, move, repeat.