European used horse stable stall 3m x 2.2m horse stable stall
However, some soil conditions could ultimately improve at the Golden Gate Dairy site as soils are reclaimed and new vegetation is established, and the covered exercise ring and new trailer pads would reduce erosion and compaction locally from vehicular and horse traffic. Construction of the new manure shed could also have a positive impact on soils due to decreased inputs of biological waste. These impacts would likely be positive, negligible to minor, localized but long-term. All impacts associated with B1 and B2 at the Golden Gate Dairy Stables, both positive and adverse, would be mostly localized, with short to long-term implications. BMPs will minimize for the adverse impacts by reducing the soil erosion, compaction and nutrient input to minor levels.
As many as 100 horses would be stabled at the facilities during the dry season, and the wet season total would retain the 76-horse capacity. Option B2 would include all of the same improvements to the facilities as described in Option B1 except at Lower Tennessee Valley. Option B2 would remove equestrian facilities at Lower Tennessee Valley, and would provide facilities for the Park Horse Patrol at Tennessee Valley Stables.
Construction activities that have potential to dislodge or otherwise disturb soil resources at the Golden Gate Dairy site include relocation of stalls and paddocks, removal of old stalls and paddocks, installation of a new manure shed, installation of four trailer parking pads, reduction of front turnout area and addition of a covered ring onto a previously-disturbed and revegetated area. Impacts associated with selection of either B alternative could initially have short-term negative impacts to the site, but could also be beneficial in the long-term. Relocation of stalls, reducing the front turnout and construction of the new covered ring could initially disturb soils in place and expose them to erosion of processes, especially when first exposed to wind and water. Furthermore, use of heavy machinery could remove or severely damage vegetation and might result in compaction of the soils in the immediate work area. These impacts would likely be adverse, minor, temporary and localized.
The product details:
|European used horse stable stall 3m x 2.2m horse stable stall|
|Front type||Euro Front/Custom V-Front /Custom Arc Front/Classic horse stall front|
length 10ft 12ft 14ft(3m-4.2m)
|Surface treatment||hot dip galvanized /powder coating|
bamboo :20mm 28mm 32mm 38mm
Southern yellow pine : 30mm 40mm
|Door type||swing door/sliding door|
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