05-13-2012, 09:50 AM
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When we first got into horses, we started with two and boarded them. As we aquired more, we changed them from being stalled to out on pasture so it was cheaper.
We used to board all of our 6 horses(pasture board). It was expensive but we didn't have to care for them everyday. We recently started renting an old farmstead that we moved a trailer onto. It's cheaper and we will have our horses right outside, when we finally move in. However, we have to find and buy hay, care for them everyday, and fix everything that breaks(fencing, water supply, etc). Luckily, we don't do much that takes us away very often, like hunting, fishing, going to the lakes, so we don't need to find someone to care for the horses while we're gone.
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