April 7, 8:30am–4pmWhere
Walnut Creek Stables 12080 Lick Road, Colerain Twp, Ohio 45251
Horse health and well-being is of paramount importance. Quality food, water, exercise and sanitation are some of the primary ingredients.
Urban horse owners are often faced with the challenge of limited space. How does one create a descent pasture when space is limited? What do you do with all that manure? If you don’t grow your own hay, how can you tell that the hay you are buying is of good quality? Once you have the hay, how and where do you store it? How do you get water to your horses? Is there federal assistance and money available to help me plan and develop a better pasture and barn and to develop water resources and compost the manure?
If you have pondered one or all of these questions, this workshop is for you.
The cost is $25, which includes continental breakfast, lunch, snacks and handouts.
Soil Fertility Test Kits – $5 (If you reside in a Hamilton County Storm Water District jurisdiction. $15 for all others.)
“New” and comprehensive “Forages for Horses” Binder – $45
Presented by Hamilton County SWCD