|Proper stall flooring can keep your horse happy, healthy and ready to serve.|
When you consider that a 1,000 pound horse produces more than 30 pounds of feces and almost 2 ½ gallons of urine each day, “dry and clean” can be tricky to maintain. That's where proper drainage and floor surfacing can play a big role. Water resistant or waterproof floors must be sloped to allow for drainage, and bedding is often used to soak up the rest of the urine. Porous floors allow the urine to seep away through a sand, gravel or crushed stone foundation.
|Rubber horse stall mats should be textured on top for grip|
and grooved on the bottom to prevent moisture from
|Rubber stall mats with interlocking edges help prevent|
shifting of the stall flooring, even in temporary installations.
|Rubber paving bricks offer unique aesthetic value as well as|
shock absorption and dust and bacteria control.
|Wash bay flooring should provide a waterproof,|
non-skid surface that allows water to drain away.