rotatable horse hay corner feeders feeding bowl for horses
Under Option B2 the actions at Rodeo Valley stables would be the same as for Option B1 except that NPS might utilize the Balloon Hangar for long-term interim use for approximately 10 years. In this case, the West Motor Pool Building could be remodeled to create an indoor exercise ring, and hay and feed would be placed in a steel container 25 feet south of the West Motor Pool Building. After repair and potential NPS use of the Balloon Hangar, hay and feed storage and an indoor riding ring would be located in the Hangar. The long-term interim use of the Balloon Hangar by NPS would continue until funding is identified to construct the proposed new NPS Operations facility in the Marin Headlands. In all cases, due to its condition the Balloon Hangar will be closed for repair. The total numbers of horses and stalls would remain unchanged at Rodeo Valley and Golden Gate Dairy from Alternative A – No Action. The number of horses housed at Tennessee Valley would increase by four to 46 in order to accommodate Park Horse Patrol operations. Table 2-7 provides a summary of proposed modifications to each facility and Figures 2-11 through 2-13 display conceptually how the existing sites would be modified under Option B2.
Alternative C would reduce the number of stables in southern Marin GGNRA by consolidating existing equestrian stables from four to two of the stable sites – Tennessee Valley and Rodeo Valley. The Park Horse Patrol would relocate from Lower Tennessee Valley to Tennessee Valley. Equestrian stables and associated programs at Golden Gate Dairy would be eliminated, (requires amendment of the 1980 GMP) reducing the overall number of horses in stalls within the GGNRA from 76 in Alternative A to 72 in Alternative C. Alternative C would include the components common to all alternatives, as described above in Section 2.3.2, with changes specific to this alternative as described below. The following paragraphs provide narrative descriptions of the critical site modifications proposed as part of Alternative C as well as the reasoning behind the proposed changes. Table 2-8 summarizes the Alternative C changes to each facility beyond those changes that are common to all alternatives. Figures 2-14 through 2-17 display conceptually how the existing sites would be modified under Alternative C. The opportunities for public benefit would be reduced from four sites to two sites. The number of horses would increase at the two remaining sites so that overall horse numbers would decrease by five percent (76 to 72). To offset this impact, this alternative would improve, enhance and expand the existing facilities at Tennessee Valley and Rodeo Valley in order to keep the total numbers of equestrian opportunities, horses and stalls, similar to existing opportunities. As described in section 2.3.2, Alternative C would accommodate the trailhead facilities at Golden Gate Dairy for Dias Ridge Trailhead. The historic buildings at Golden Gate Dairy would remain and could be utilized as park operations and storage.
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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