I have ran boarding facilities before for different places so I know my action plan to provide boarding.
My main question is can I make a different price for someone else? Or is that just asking for trouble?
We will be taking on a large property and moving in October. The area we live in now board is super cheap. However an hour down the road is the edge of "horse country" for our state. Boarding starts at 300 and goes all the way to 500 per month. One barn even charges 15 extra for blanketing your horse and if he needs supplements or any extra care its 10 extra added. I would rather provide a flat rate and not charge all those extras if I can help it.
Also, this new place we will be at is not far from my alma mater so I was thinking that maybe I could advertise a cheaper rate for students. Most boarding is totally too expensive for students to bring their horses to the college town. We would only be 30 mins away and its just a way I could help them out and provide something I couldn't find when I went to college there. Not sure that's a good idea if its going to run off other boarders though.