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Honeycomb Close Mesh Horse Stall Fronts Non Slip Heel Proof Surface

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Good quality European Horse Stalls for sales
Good quality European Horse Stalls for sales
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Honeycomb Close Mesh Horse Stall Fronts Non Slip Heel Proof Surface

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Product Details:

Place of Origin: Hebei,China
Brand Name: JH Horse Stable
Certification: ISO9001
Model Number: Horse Stable

Payment & Shipping Terms:

Minimum Order Quantity: 10 pieces
Packaging Details: in bulk
Delivery Time: 45 days
Payment Terms: T/T, L/C, Western Union
Supply Ability: 50 /month
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Detailed Product Description
Material: Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Grating Types: W--welded Steel Grating L-- Pressure-locked C-- Socket-welding
Door Type: Swing Door Or Sliding Door Color: All Dolors
Finish: Horse Stable Grating Style: Plain , Serrated , I Bar,

Honeycomb Close Mesh Welded Steel Bar Grating Non Slip Heel Proof Surface

 

In addition, the Fort Barry Balloon Hangar historic military complex is considered sensitive for historic archeological resources related to its use as a bivouac and barracks area associated with the Fort Barry Firing Range between 1904 and 1917. During that time the pocket valley of the balloon hangar was used for encampments and later barracks associated with the regional use of the adjacent rifle and pistol ranges. The APE for the stables area is also on an alluvial fan above the Rodeo Valley Creek, making the area sensitive for the discovery of precontact archeological sites. An intensive archeological survey has never been conducted of the Rodeo Valley stables area. The Lower Redwood Creek site consists of the property historically known as Ranch S or Banducci Flower Farm. Located on a broad, fertile flood plain at Lower Redwood Creek, the property is bounded by Frank Valley Road and Redwood Creek to the north and by State Route 1 to the south, east, and west. It first housed a Portuguese dairy farm owned by Antone Silva around 1889 but was eventually sold to Amadeo Banducci Sr., an Italian flower grower, in the 1930s. Lower Redwood Creek was evaluated and found not eligible for the NRHP due to a lack of integrity (Osanna and Wulzen 2007:27- 29; Jones and Stokes 2007:3-53). This APE encompasses 3.8 acres. An intensive archeological survey has never been conducted of the alternative area identified for possible Lower Redwood Creek stables.The Marincello APE encompasses 3.83 acres of open space on Marincello Trail about 0.2 miles north of the Tennessee Valley Trailhead Parking lot. This is a low-slope area that was created by fill from the creation of Marincello Road in the 1970s (personal communication from T. Williams, NPS Hydrologist, 2010). The road remnant now is called Marincello Trail and is a popular multi-use trail for hikers, runners, cyclists and equestrians. In 1964 a development called Marincello was proposed (See ―Land Conservation‖, below) for 30,000 people on 2,100 acres in Rodeo and Tennessee Valleys. Marincello Road was constructed by the developers in the early 1970s as a two way road with a curbed median strip which is still visible today. An intensive archeological survey has never been conducted of the alternative area identified for possible Marincello stables. Tennessee Valley stables Located about .75 miles south of the Tennessee Valley stable is a former dairy farm complex similar in age and history to the Golden Gate Dairy and Tennessee Valley stables. The APE encompasses 3.81 acres. Historically known as Ranch C/D or Bettencourt Ranch, it was run by Azorean Portuguese immigrants in the late 1800s into the early 1900s. In the 1970s, Lower Tennessee Valley was converted to the Park Horse Patrol Program and the Native Plant Nursery. Aim High, a high school afterschool program, also operates a program there. There are two barns, paddocks, and sheds at the site. The ranch residence was demolished in 2010. Lower Tennessee Valley was evaluated and found not eligible for the NRHP (SHPO 2007). An intensive archeological survey has never been conducted of the alternative area identified for possible Lower Tennessee Valley stables.

 

The product details :

 

Honeycomb Close Mesh Welded Steel Bar Grating Non Slip Heel Proof Surface
Front type Euro Front/Custom V-Front /Custom Arc Front/Classic horse stall front
Commom size

length 10ft 12ft 14ft(3m-4.2m)

Height7.2ft(2.2m)

Surface treatment hot dip galvanized /powder coating
Infill material

bamboo :20mm 28mm 32mm 38mm

Southern yellow pine : 30mm 40mm

Plywood/hdpe bosrd

mesh

Door type swing door/sliding door

 

Honeycomb Close Mesh Horse Stall Fronts Non Slip Heel Proof Surface

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