Barns and Stalls: The Air In There

Horse owners often tend to build and manage their barns more for their own comfort than for their horses'--and horses have far greater cold tolerance than we do. What might feel chilly to us often is perfectly comfortable for our hairy friends. More importantly, we might be doing our horses' respiratory systems a grave disservice by shutting the barn up tight.

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