Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Greenville area / SC
When I lived in PA, the barn I had, had a problem with mud. The barn was there before I bought the place and it was never used for horses, just equipment. When I put the horses in I created an overhang that attracted the horses and after a few rains, became a deep mud pit.
What I did was to dig out the mud to a depth of ~1', put in 6" of course gravel then topped it off with crushed rock. The rock became hard with trampling from the horses but drained well. If it is too hard for your liking, rubber stall mats will take care of that.
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