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Re: [RC] limited pasture - Jody Rogers-Buttram

I NEVER spread my manure.  And the pile that comes out of the barn.....gets hauled off to the cow pastures.  I am very particular about spreading worm eggs.  Don't let a new horse on the place without being wormed a few days prior.
Just have to bushhog those "rough" spots to keep it all neat looking.

rides2far@xxxxxxxx wrote:

>>>>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

Angie McGhee


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