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Professional European Horse Stalls Customized Wooden Bamboo Material
  • Professional European Horse Stalls Customized Wooden Bamboo Material
  • Professional European Horse Stalls Customized Wooden Bamboo Material
  • Professional European Horse Stalls Customized Wooden Bamboo Material

Professional European Horse Stalls Customized Wooden Bamboo Material

Place of Origin Hebei,China
Brand Name JH Horse Stable
Certification IOS9001
Model Number Horse stable
Product Details
Product Name:
Professional Manufacturer Customized Wooden Bamboo Material Horse Stall
Brand Name:
JH Horse Stable
Wood Type:
Bamboo Wood
Surface Treatment:
In Black Coated
High Light: 

portable horse box stalls


stall front grills

Payment & Shipping Terms
Minimum Order Quantity
10 pieces
Packaging Details
in bulk
Delivery Time
45 days
Payment Terms
T/T, , L/C, Western Union, D/P
Supply Ability
50 / month
Product Description

Professional manufacturer customized wooden bamboo material horse stall

The soils that exist in the hilly steeper terrain above the riparian area are part of the CronkhiteBarnabe Complex, 30-50% slopes. The Cronkhite soils in the complex are a loamy mixture of weathered sandstone, shale and/or chert for approximately the top four feet of the soil profile until bedrock is encountered. They are moderately well drained and have a relatively high Tfactor rating of ―4‖. The Barnabe soils in the complex are shallower, with very gravelly loams encountered from the surface to roughly 16 inches deep until bedrock is encountered. Unlike the Cronkhite soils, the Barnabe soils are particularly susceptible to unsustainable losses by erosional processes, exhibiting a T-factor rating of ―1‖, the lowest possible ranking. Given the steeper topography and drainage capacity, neither of the soils in the Cronkhite-Barnabe complex is considered hydric (NRCS 2007).

The existing Tennessee Valley facility and proposed Marincello sites are located approximately 750 feet from each other, both located near the intersection of Tennessee Valley Road and Marincello Trail. The Tennessee Valley stables consists of an area of relatively flat or gently sloping valley topography associated with the Tennessee Valley bottom, bounded by hillier terrain and steeper topography above. The Marincello site is located on fill that was deposited in a small valley when Marincello Road was constructed in the late 1960s. Soils near the valley bottom are classified as Rodeo Clay Loam, 2-15% slopes. These soils are derived from igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks and are typically associated with interior valleys and basin floors. They are classified as poorly drained and meet the USDA-NRCS definitions of a hydric soil (as described with the Blucher-Cole complex above). Soils consist of a clay loam mixture from the surface to about 20 inches below, underlain by thick layers of clay. These conditions create a high potential for runoff from significant precipitation or other erosional events; however, these soils also exhibit a T-factor rating of ―5‖, indicating a relatively low susceptibility of damage by erosional forces (NRCS 2007). Also, in the upland areas surrounding the site, soils are classified as the Cronkhite-Barnabe Complex, 30-50% slopes (NRCS 2007). A description of these soils can be found in the previously discussed Lower Redwood Creek and Golden Gate Dairy sites.

A No Action Alternative is required for consideration as part of the National Environmental Policy Act. This alternative encompasses the existing facilities, ongoing stable management, and operation practices that are relevant for a comparison with the proposed action alternatives. The No Action alternative establishes baseline conditions at the six project site locations. These conditions form the basis against which the action alternatives, the magnitude and extent of the proposed changes and the environmental effects of those changes, can be compared. No Action for this project would be the retention of existing GGNRA stable facilities, management and operations, and horse numbers. For the two sites with no existing equestrian stables, Marincello and Lower Redwood Creek, no changes would occur under the No Action Alternative and use or development would be determined by future NPS planning. Under the No Action Alternative, only those incremental improvements and adjustments that are required by law, regulation, and policy would be implemented. For example, implementation of site and program access for the disabled would be implemented in accordance with National Park Service regulations.


The product details :


Name Professional manufacturer customized wooden bamboo material horse stall

10ft x 7ft ( 3m * 2.2m), 12ft x 7ft(3.6m * 2.2m) and 14ft x 7’ft( 4m*2.2m).

any other sizes you like

Material Frame tube 2”x2” (50*50mm), strong U channel to take T&G boards
Finish Powder Coated Finish or Hot Dip Galvanized Finish

Full welds will make sure the stalls are strong and durable.

No sharp edges promise the people and horse safe.

Yoke door allows horses place his head outside.

Powder Coated Finish: We can PC any color you like. Say, Black Color, Blue Color, Hunter Green color, etc.

Assembly easily: use heavy duty bolts or different way connector to connect together.


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