Swivel Feeder Horse Stall Hot Dipped Galvanized Temporary Double Door
According to the Canadian Agri-Food Research Council, Recommended Code of Practice for The Care and Handling of Farm Animals, a loose box should be 10'X10' (3mX3m) to 12'X12' (3.6mX3.6m) for an average size riding horse. These are minimum recommendations. If you have the resources to build larger stalls, you can, of course, build them larger. Larger horses will appreciate the extra room to move around, so if you have a draft or draft cross, adding extra space will help them move freely, and lie down without feeling cramped.
Although the recommended size for a foaling stall is the same as a regular stall, many people like more generous sized boxes for mares and foals. The easiest way to provide roomy accommodations for mares and foals is to take the partitions out between two regular stalls. So you don't have to build a stall specifically to be a foaling stall. Even if you don't plan to have a foal, it is handy to design at least one stall with this in mind.
Stall doors can be either swinging or sliding. In either case, there should be latches that undo easily, but that horses cannot tamper with. Many stall Houdinis have escaped and let out a few friends for an overnight stable ransacking. That ends up a clean-up headache for the owner, as well as a possible safety and health hazard for the horses.
Swinging doors should open out into the alley, and be kept shut at all other times. They should fasten securely shut so horses don't escape. Sliding doors should slide smoothly. Grain room doors should be locked. Doors should be at least 4 ft (1.2m) wide.
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No matter what your management style or needs,the basic of a safe horse stall are the same. Many options that effect function and cost are available for horse stall features.
The size of the horse and the amount of time the horse spends in the stall help determine stall size. Larger horses require more square footage than do smaller ponies to be able to turn around, lie down, and get up comfortably. A 12-foot x 12-foot stall is the standard recommendation for a 1,000-pound horse. Many stables are successful with stalls slightly smaller than this, but walls less than 10 feet in length are not recommended. Generally, the stall wall length is 1 1/2 times the horse's length. The more time a horse spends in a stall or the more active it is, a larger stall size is justified. A divider between two standard stalls may be removed to allow more space for a mare and foal or a stall-bound horse.
The product details:
|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 can be customized
|40*40mm, or 50*50mm
|Hot dipped galvanized
|Easy connection, NO need of support post
|Horse safe, no sharp edges
|Any other requirements, please feel free to contact us .
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