Managing Horse Stables and Barns for Environmental Efficiency

Brian LeBlanc, Moreira, Vinicius R., Sheffield, Ron, Franze, Carol D., Urick, Lacey S  |  8/26/2009 12:09:31 AM

Horse property barns and stables may contain large quantities of mud because of excessive traffic. Mud is more than a mess or nuisance. Winter and spring rains can cause mud and manure to run off into nearby waterways. Nutrients and sediment in runoff are sources of nonpoint source pollution, which can degrade water quality. (PDF Format Only)
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