Small but significant changes can make confinement for horses in stalls healthier and more comfortable.

Very simply, the box stalls that may seem cozy and comfortable to us are all wrong for our beloved horses—too small and too solitary for herd animals who need to be on the move.

Of course, we’ve long known that horses mentally and physically benefit from continual pasture turnout with a congenial herd. But researchers have discovered that when full turnout isn’t an option, making a few small but specific changes can transform a stall into a healthier and more hospitable home for a horse.

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