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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
We just turned a few of our larger horses out in our larger (2.2 acre?) dry lot when we first made it, and since it was so small- they turned it into a dry lot within a few weeks. LOL. I'm sure theres better way to do it though.
It does get muddy though, which is a down side to dry lots. We put down rubber tyre shavings by the gate and the water troughs to advoid mud as much as possible, but it still turns into a swamp if we have more than a shower or two.
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