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RE: [RC] limited pasture - heidi

You're actually breaking up the manure so that the worm eggs are exposed to sunlight, which kills them.
Dragging is also a good practice in terms of fertilization.  We can really tell a difference in ours when we drag.

>>>>As soon as the horses were taken off, the pasture was dragged to
break up and spread manure around, and right before the horses were put
onto a new pasture,

Horses will have a series of "greens & roughs" in the field where they
put their manure in the "rough" and graze the green . If you drag the
field, are you not spreading worm eggs over the area that they want to
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