Developing Natural Springs as Equine Water Sources

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Horse owners have several options to provide water for their animals; one of them is to take advantage of a natural spring on your property.

A spring is a discharge of water that has infiltrated the soil profile by precipitation. The discharge is created by water that flows along an impermeable layer of rock. In Kentucky there are two basic spring types: "wet weather" and "perennial." Wet

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