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        03-08-2007, 09:51 AM
    How much ground does each horse require and how much is stab

    :) Hi I am considering buying a house with land and was going to rent out ground for horses could any one help me how people are charged for stabling there horse and how much ground each horse requires.
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        03-08-2007, 10:51 AM
    Typically one acre per horse if they are permanently in pasture. My barn charges $275.00 a month for pasture board but I do live in california and our pasture horses get fed hay and get thoroughly checked everyday for bumbs, scratches ect.. Also you should get someone out there to check the land is safe for horses I.e. No poisoness plants, good grass, no gopher holes. Hope I helped!

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