Pasture has the potential to provide
1. The horses nutrition
2. A Safe exercise area
Potentials rarely achieved, often neglected

All information given here is believed to be correct but the author cannot be responsible for any consequences of it's use.

Pasture Management
for
Horses

by Denis Lindsell
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Boundaries




 


 

Boundaries

Something is usually required at the boundary of a paddock to stop horses escaping or to control how much of the paddock they have access to. There are various options available, which will differ in their effectiveness and safety.
Whichever form of boundary is used for your paddock, they are all more likely to cause injury to your horse if not kept in good condition.

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