Pasture Boarding in Upstate South Carolina?

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    08-25-2012, 06:33 PM
Question Pasture Boarding in Upstate South Carolina?

Hey all,

I recently relocated to Greenville, SC. I was looking for pasture board for my welsh pony. He's in his 20s now, and is getting arthritic. He's been on 24 hour pasture with my parents for the past 10 years or so. When we stall him for the vet or farrier, he gets very stiff and sore, so I want to keep him on pasture board. I'm not having much luck on just internet searches for barns that advertise this, so I'm looking for help from anyone in the area.

He's semi-retired and a bit chunky. I'm not looking for a show barn, just a quite place for him to live out the rest of his days happily. He doesn't cause any fights within the herd, he's very laid back and gets along with everyone. He doesn't even need daily feeding, he gets fat on just grass and has to wear a grazing muzzle during the spring months.

Any suggestions on places to look into and steer clear of would be greatly appreciated! He's taken good care of me for many years, I want to make the rest of his time as wonderful as I can.


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