Originally Posted by ptvintage
The only thing he'd need to do is seed a pasture, and then let it rest a few days so the horses won't go through and eat all the grass seed.
To do it correctly you have to let it rest long enough for the seedlings to take hold. Not just wait until they seeds start. Seedlings taste good and rip out easily. If you turn the horses out just a few days after seeding all your expense will be for nothing.
Sophie, again, why get yourself worked up about something at this point that is only a rumor?
Think about it this way - I would guess every boarder has something they wish their board money would go towards. That boarder whose horse eats less wishes the extra amount they pay would go for something that does not interest you, etc. The BO has to do what they think is best with their money. If it does not make you happy then please find another barn.