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Durable Bamboo Horse Stalls / Horse Stable Box Heavy Duty In Black Coating

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Good quality European Horse Stalls for sales
Good quality European Horse Stalls for sales
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Few days ago we did an evaluation for your sample grates.The evalauation was very positive, especially your robot welds!

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Durable Bamboo Horse Stalls / Horse Stable Box Heavy Duty In Black Coating

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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: Durable Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Type: Heavy Duty
Shape: Flat Shape Maintenance: Maintenance-Free
Surface Treatment: In Black Coated Color: All Colors

Hight Quality Bamboo Horse Stalls Horse Stables In Black Coating

 

Alternative A (No Action) would be the retention of the four existing GGNRA stable facilities and their continued management and operations. No new equestrian facilities would be developed and no additional horses, stalls or other facilities would be added to the existing sites except for modifications for NPS ABAAG (Architectural Barriers Act Accessibility Guidelines) compliance as determined by the NPS. Current resource protection measures intended to lessen impacts on natural resources found near the equestrian facilities would remain in place; these include continued site maintenance, horse location, waste management, riparian buffers, animal exclusion from waterways, removal of animals from sloped paddocks in the wet season to control erosion, and dry-season wet-down of paddocks to minimize dust. All four stables have done drainage work with grading, ditches and storm drains, and have mulched and relocated paddocks away from streams to protect water resources and to allow vegetation to grow. Continued adverse impacts to soils by erosion would be expected with selection of the No Action Alternative, since management and use of the equestrian facilities would continue largely as it is done currently aside from the aforementioned continuing site improvements. Erosion occurs mainly in bare soils in paddocks or unpaved horse program or parking areas within each stables site. Activities that typically produce some degree of soil erosion, such as vegetation removal, excavation and stockpiling soils, off road or off trail travel and others would be minimal and localized. Most of these activities would occur on soils that have previously been disturbed. Retention of the existing GGNRA stable facilities, management and operation plans would contribute to existing impacts from soil erosion. The existing stables are located mostly in low to gently sloping, poorly drained sites. Under the No Action Alternative, stormwater runoff, surface water drainage, soil compaction and sediment transport from parking areas, trails and un-vegetated areas of the site would not be further mitigated. These factors would all contribute to increased potential for soil erosion, especially during heavy precipitation events. These impacts would likely be adverse, negligible to minor and localized. In some cases a net positive impact to soil resources nearby the stables sites could result from other projects; for example, improved signage on trails and at trailheads could reduce off-trail traffic, thereby reducing vegetation removal, soil erosion and localized soil compaction. These impacts would be negligible to minor, positive and localized. Since each of the existing sites has a long history of prior disturbance, selection of the No Action Alternative would probably not contribute to additional soil compaction to a quantifiable degree. However, additional compaction would be expected, with impacts ranging from negligible to minor, adverse and localized.

 

The product details:

 

Item Heavy duty Galvanized Horse stall
Other key words horse stable /horse house/horse feeding house/indoor safety horse house
Each panel Size (w*h)

4*2.2m,3.6m*2.2m,3m*2.2m ,other sizes on request

 

Material 40*40mm, or 50*50mm
Surface Hot dipped galvanized
Advantage Easy connection, NO need of support post
  Horse safe, no sharp edges
Any other requirements, please feel free to contact us .

 

Durable Bamboo Horse Stalls / Horse Stable Box Heavy Duty In Black Coating

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Contact Person: Vicky You

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