How do you manage manure on your horse facility? Learn how to build a low-tech composting system.
Join Horses for Clean Water Director Alayne Blickle's tour of a 2-acre farm designed by architect/owner Carolyn Adams.
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Q. My horses got into a pasture yesterday where deer corn had been spread, and they ate some of it. Then, last night, they didn't want to eat anything. What is the deer corn going to do to them?
A key management component for horse properties is having something useful to do with horse manure. Here are plans for building a low-tech bin composting system.