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|Material:||Hot Galvanized Steel||Door Type:||Sliding Door|
|Load Rating:||Heavy, Medium, Light Duty||Application:||Horse Stable|
|Loading Capacity:||Excellent||Service:||All Types Can Be Customized|
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Stoyke bases this work on the premise that environmental protection is inexpensive and can be achieved through small actions by individuals. The author’s goal is to provide homeowners with the tools and information needed to reduce their carbon emissions. Stoyke demonstrates this through thorough discussions of home improvement, transportation, electric power, and green heating and cooling. I plan to adapt the information provided for homeowners to horse boarding facilities as a way to reduce environmental impact.
Wheeler’s book is an engineering based manual on horse stable design founded on the principles of horse behavior and health as well as stable function. Her topics cover horse behavior influence on design, construction style and materials, manure management, fencing, arena design and construction, and utilities. This book will be a reference guide to the principles of stable design as it relates to my project.
Removing horses from a very large natural range to confined areas for domestication leads to negative environmental impacts; therefore, horse owners are responsible for addressing the consequences of keeping horses. The concentration of horses in boarding facilities results in: pollution from manure, impacts to pasture land, impacts from the production and transportation of feed, and impacts caused by the use of water and energy to manage the facility. Such impacts are compounded by loss of rural land to urban sprawl, making sustainable management imperative to the future of the horse industry. Environmental impacts reduced through the processes of design, retrofitting, and management of a horse boarding facility will enhance the land rather than degrade it. This paper serves as a reference for horse and facility owners to increase awareness and offer suggestions for reducing environmental impacts related to horse keeping.
Sampling sites were located in 10 points. Points no. 1 to 9 were located inside the stable, whereas point no. 10 (control) was situated outdoors, in front of the stable. The sampling sites in OJK Pegaz and KJK Szary were evenly distributed so that the air in the stable could be analyzed in a representative way. In both stables (OJK Pegaz and KJK Szary), a gravity ventilation system was used. The Hutsul Pony Stud Farm in Nielepice (SKH Nielepice) is the only one that runs the non-stable animal husbandry. The horses stay in the open air all year round. T
All horses, including those in paddocks and on pasture, should be inspected at least once a day. Ill or injured horses, mares in late pregnancy, newborn foals, newly introduced horses, stallions during the mating season and very old horses should be inspected more often. Any horse who appears ill or injured should be given appropriate care without delay.
The product details:
|1. Length||3000mm, 3600mm, 3800mm, 4000mm|
|2. Height||1800mm, 2200mm, 2400mm|
|3. Standing Post||OD115mm|
|4. Frame and middle brack||SHS 50x50mm|
|5. surface treatment||Hot-dipped galvanized/ (black, green, red etc) powder coatding|
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