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Cleaning a Horse Stall

Cleaning a Horse Stall

Cleaning a Horse Stall










How to Clean a Horse Stall

You have a horse and are a horse lover or even a stable hand and need a good idea for cleaning a stall?
Things You’ll Need:

Pooper Scooper
Wheel Barrel
Stall with manure in it
A Place to put the manure (burn pile, swamp, etc.)

Step 1:
First, you need to have everything ready and the horse out of the stall and tied up or in the pasture.

Step 2:
Next, you need to take the shovel and shovel the manure into a pile.

Step 3:
Then, you can scoop it into the wheelbarrel.

Step 4:
Finally, Remember to dispose of the manure in the correct place such as: Burn Pile, Swampy Area, or etc.

Tips & Warnings:


Remember to get everything and if there is something strange in the manure to show the stable owner.


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