Re: Footings for turn out area
Thank you Case and Lavinia,
I hadn't thought about the traction. When I first laid the crusher, it wasn't as course. So maybe some of the finer stuff has washed off as there is a slope to the paddock.
I do notice that I sometimes have to dig small chips out of the areas where there is a bit of wall separation. Does that mean that the crusher pieces that were laid the last time are too small?
I guess I'll go with the crusher over most of the area and see if I can get some pea gravel for areas where they are fed.
I trim my own horses and have been learning what to do and what works for them for the last 3 years. Since they are both a bit tender now, maybe I can get some feed back on anything that should be changed. But I'll post that when I take some current pictures.
Susan in BC 2020
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