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Ma kekahi pae i kou ola, as a horse owner you may find it necessary to stable your horse.? It may only be for a couple of nights, a week or a more permanent situation.? No matter your reason or the length of your horses stay it is important that you clean the stable or barn at least once a day. So you arrive at you horses stable with a cheery ‘;Good Morning!; you organize their breakfast, change there pajamas (rugs), maybe go for an early morning ride (nice and chilly on those crisp winter mornings), but no matter what else you do there is one thing every owner of a stabled horse does and that is to clean the mess up from the night before. What a mess!! It really amazes me the mess one horse can make within 8-10 hours! I have been greeted with a wide variety of ‘;Good Morning’; situations from my horses over the years from finding poo in the feed dish (which is still hanging on the door!), to finding poo right in front of the door in the walk way!? No matter the mess, it still needs to be cleaned up.? Not only can a dirty or poorly cleaned stable cause diseases to fester, but they smell bad too. Here are some simple steps to help you in cleaning out your stable! You will need a good stable fork/rake and a wheelbarrow or bucket. It is always helpful if you can remove your horse from the stable, so that you aren’;t worried about him/her escaping.? Otherwise make sure they are tied up securely. Remove any other objects which may get in your way, such as water buckets and horse toys. Using your stable fork/rake remove all large piles of poo that are visible. Remove any obvious wet patches. Starting on either your left or right in a circular pattern around the stable, toss a fork full of stable bedding towards the side of the stable, remove any poo or wet that this process uncovers. Remember to dig down to the floor so that all the bedding gets exposed, and continue till you are back to where you started. E hoʻopili ʻia kāu moena paʻa i kēia manawa a puni nā ʻaoʻao o ka hale paʻa a hōʻike ʻia ka papahele. Inā pulu ka papahele (i loko o ka hapanui o nā hihia) maikaʻi loa inā hiki iā ʻoe ke waiho e wehe iā ia no kekahi mau hola e hoʻomaloʻo, a i ʻole e hoʻomau ma. E hoʻomaka ana ma ka ʻākau a hema paha, huki i ka moena i lalo me kāu rake paʻa i mea e hoʻi ai ka moena i kāna pae mua a uhi i ka papahele i hōʻike mua ʻia.? E hoʻomau a puni a hoʻi ʻoe i ka hoʻomaka. ʻIke paha ʻoe pono ʻoe e hoʻomaʻalili i ka moena i mea pae a uhi pono i ka papahele. ʻIke mau wau i kahi manaʻo maikaʻi e waiho i kahi ma mua o ka puka me ka manuahi ʻole mai kahi moe, this will help reduce the bedding that gets ‘;walked’; or ‘;kicked’; i waho e kāu lio. Hiki paha iā ʻoe ke ʻike i ka hoʻomaʻemaʻe, hoʻoneʻe ʻia kekahi moena i loko o ka wai.? It is always a good idea to clean out your horses’; wai ma hope o ka hoʻopau ʻana i ka hale paʻa. Pono paha e hoʻohui i kahi moe hou aʻe iā ʻoe e paʻa, lalo pinepine kēia i hoʻokahi pule, akā pili i kou lio. Pono pono e hemo i nā moena a pau mai kāu hale paʻa i kahi kumu maʻamau.? E hilinaʻi kēia i nā kumu he nui a aia i kāu koho. Inā e pilau ana a laila kona manawa no ka hoʻomaʻemaʻe piha! Now that you’;re done you can enjoy some quality time with your beloved horse! Happy Horsing stable / hale hoʻomaʻemaʻe hale

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