From The Ground Up: Stall Flooring and Mats

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Your horse is on his feet most of the day and night. He prefers to feel dry, with his feet at room temperature. He wants to stand on a surface that's resilient and doesn't smell bad. Listen to your horse, and you will want to promote his health from the ground up. Confining the animal in a stall 23 hours a day puts him in constant contact with the stall floor. The more the

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