Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: North Dakota, USA
That's if you board your horse it's whole life, if the price of board doesn't go up, and many other ifs.
It does add up to a lot if you board. That's why when we got 6, we needed to find a place where we could keep them on our property. That cut the cost way down. We were paying $200 a month for each and now it's only $55 a month each for hay. Add in a little extra for electricity to charge the fence, pump water and heat the troughs in the winter. Still, it's a lot cheaper.
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