– Partition walls equipped with a rail and roller at the bottom with the feature of pulling the wall out into
the stable aisle.
– Pivoting partition walls
– Swivelling fronts in one or two parts
The removal of manure is not only important for hygiene reasons, but also for health reasons. Too infrequent or inaccurate cleaning of the stables or inadequate bedding will affect the horse’s health. In such situations, breathing problems are often present, as well as various skin diseases, bacteria and fungi. This often leads to troublesome thrush, especially in autumn, when rain and mud, as well as excessively wet ground, increase the risk of this disease.
Why is proper manure removal so important when keeping horses? The horse-friendly stable has a microclimate that is suitable for their health. It is influenced by the following factors: amount of air per horse, supply of fresh air, correct temperature and humidity, and the ability to maintain a low concentration of gases and dust. This is especially true for ammonia, which is harmful to horses in excess.
To conclude – proper manure management in a stable brings many more benefits than you can imagine. It affects not only the climate in the stable, but also the health of horses and the comfort of people working in the stable.