livestock stable introduction
Equestrian designers have been in the horse industry for nearly 20 years, and found that if the industry talks about this topic, it is generally vague. Everyone can continue to communicate if they know what each other is talking about. But for a mule and a horse can’t be distinguished, especially if you check information on the Internet, many of the problems have not been fully understood. If you encounter this BUG, ??you will immediately collapse.
Stables with verandahs Okay, the stables and the stables are stupidly confused? Come, I will teach you to take it! First of all, in countries where English is the language of work and communication, this problem does not exist. There are four words to distinguish horse farms (horse farms)/stables/stables, 'STABLE (FARM), BARN, STALLS'. There are also specific vocabulary for different purposes of different racecourses, mixed with American English and French, let's not say much. After the talk, it is another series.
However, in China, the stables and stables have been confused so far! - Actually, stables are written terms and stables are commonly called, which is actually the same thing!
But what about the stables in the stables? We have kept stables (stables) for many years. In order to distinguish and facilitate communication, we call the building where horses are raised indoors: stables (stables). The stalls in the building where horses are placed are called horse compartments.
Typical double row horse stall
Continue to plate. . . There will be many stalls in the stables, there will be 5 or 6 small stables, and 60-100 large stables. Because of the difference in climate between the north and the south, the operation content of the horse farm and other influencing factors, the number of stalls in the stable must be scientifically calculated.
Horse compartments are divided into single row, double row, and multiple rows. There will be a corridor in the middle of each row, either individually or in common use.
The dimensions of the horse compartments and corridors are all available for public inspection. Unfortunately, these materials are literally translated from foreign languages, and they are old materials many years ago. There are indeed some problems.
To give a small example: According to the data, the size of the horse compartment is 3.6m×3.6m. This size is derived from the imperial system, and the imperial unit has only been used in Liberia and Myanmar since 1995 (the United States, Canada, and Hong Kong are also still being mixed). . . . Is it weird? Not only is it weird, it will also affect the building size of your stable, which in turn affects the construction cost.
Therefore, when everyone uses metric international units, we suggest that you design the horse compartment to be 3 meters × 4 meters or 4 meters × 4 meters for warm-blooded and warm-blooded horses. The cold-blooded horse should be bigger, and the PONE and MINI horses should be smaller.
We recommend that the size of the corridor is ≥3 meters for warm-blooded and warm-blooded horses. Similarly, cold-blooded horses should be bigger, while PONE and MINI horses should be smaller. The longer the corridor, the width should be increased. If there are more entrances to the stables, the width can be smaller.
In the stable or beside the stables, there should also be a keeper's duty room that can stay for a long time, adding materials and water regularly, and handling the situation at any time.
Polo/Equestrian stables are best equipped with a saddle room and tool room. Saddles are the most convenient in the stable, and repair work can be handled at any time.
The race stables of the Speed ??Racecourse are generally equipped with horses in the horse compartment, so there must be a horse ring in the horse compartment. The jockey’s saddle comes with its own weight, so there is no need for a saddle room. Speed ??horse racing is very competitive. For safety, it is best to use masonry walls instead of steel-wood grids.
More scientific stables should also have separate stalls and horse compartments, as well as compartments for injured horses and horses. Larger horse farms will have isolated stables to temporarily house suspected infectious horses.
To set up a stable, you also need to consider ventilation, lighting, accidental injury, drinking, feeding, and horse manure treatment, mosquitoes and flies and skin diseases in the south, and wind and wind in the north to keep warm. To be honest, there are no standard answers to these, which can only be dealt with individually.
The equestrian designer can only help you here on how to set up the stables. If you encounter specific difficulties, please consult the contact number below.
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