That horse stall odor we are all familiar with is more than just unpleasant -- it can be hazardous to your horse’s health. The odor is actually airborne ammonia, a toxic gas, and even at low levels can cause respiratory distress.
Our favorite alpha-mare from the Sweet Pea blog stopped by this week to give us the low-down on Barn Lime. Check out what she has to say on using Barn Lime in your horses stall.
Today, more than ever, consumers are going natural in their choices for product options, and fly spray is no exception. The market has seen a dramatic increase in natural fly control options, and some, like Natures Force have become mainstays in the barn for horse owners who want to handle at least part of their fly management challenges naturally.
As horse owners, we value open spaces and are connected to the land and environment that enhances the enjoyment we get from owning horses. It is up to us to take care of our Earth so that our horses and children can enjoy them for years to come. If you have ever wondered how you can make your horse farm more eco-friendly, check out some of these practical green ideas that you can implement today to lessen your “hoof print” on the environment: