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post #11 of 14 Old 05-13-2008, 10:13 PM
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The mats are good. ;) I'd spray the paddock as well as picking the poo as much as you can.
Haha Lime should work...Lysol isn't the best, I have to admit I don't really like the smell either. Oust is so much better!

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i have yet to work with oust.

I'm kinda leaning towards that product at smartpak, just because it's safe to use around horses. I don't want either of them to get a bad reaction to the lysol, oust or some other product.
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post #13 of 14 Old 05-14-2008, 10:47 AM
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I've never used that product... but for piece of mind... I'd probably go with it... you know? Now don't be shocked if your guys don't get the sniffles when they move... stress and all...

What about a water tub? Do you have to buy one of those? Also, if you do sawdust... way cheaper to pick up a truckload at the local lumbermill then to buy the pine shavings... (if you dont have a place to store the extra, you can pile it high in the corners and bring it down as you need it...

Also, I love those fly predators... just a thought incase you are thinking about the flies....
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i would expect some sort of sniffles, but i don't want a full blown sickness. That would just stink.

We'd have to get water tubs, unless they leave theirs, which i kind of doubt.

I've been thinking about the fly predators too. When we move in, i'll order some. That will hopefully keep the place almost fly free.
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