Squelching the Stink on Horse Farms

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Odor problems are a common bane around horse facilities. I’ve come across the nice commercial farm whose barn smells strongly of urine, even though the stalls appear well-cleaned and are freshly bedded. I’ve visited the small acreage horse property whose paddocks, while clean with nice footing, still stink. And then there’s the manure pile, which always smells bad.

Alayne Blickle, of Horses for Clean Water, shares tips and guidelines to help extinguish unwanted farm odors in this special report. Download your free copy now!

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Alayne Blickle, a lifelong equestrian and ranch riding competitor, is the creator/director of Horses for Clean Water, an award-winning, internationally acclaimed environmental education program for horse owners. Well-known for her enthusiastic, down-to-earth approach, Blickle is an educator and photojournalist who has worked with horse and livestock owners since 1990 teaching manure composting, pasture management, mud and dust control, water conservation, chemical use reduction, firewise, and wildlife enhancement. She teaches and travels North America and writes for horse publications. Blickle and her husband raise and train their mustangs and quarter horses at their eco-sensitive guest ranch, Sweet Pepper Ranch, in sunny Nampa, Idaho.

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