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    10-04-2011, 01:45 AM
Before we moved to va we paid $275 per horse for five horses for pastures and stalls. Self care board we supplied everything, feed, hay, shaving, etc. There was no other amenities other than your stall.that was in south Carolina
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    11-16-2011, 07:05 PM
    11-19-2011, 09:44 AM
I pay 180 for self care-ish.
I provide shavings and grain.
Provided is:
-stall(not too huge, most are 10x10 my gelding is in one of two 12x12)
10lbs hay per day, 12 in winter.
-my grain/supplements fed am and pm
-daily turnout 7am-3pm(dirt paddock )
-no extra charge to use heated buckets/fans
-indoor/outdoor arena
-multiple tack rooms
-multiple wash racks
-access to barn 24/7
I clean my own stall, scrub my own buckets and one week a month I clean poo from the turnout(it rotates)
I also clean an extra stall(sale horse) for $20 off board.
Plus the location is perfect. 30 mins from me BUT 5 mins from boyfriend so he can clean stalls in winter when it snows.
I bribe to have my geldings blanket put on/taken off if I'm unable to go out.Cookies work wonders.
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