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Learn how to buy Horse Properties for sale. Great video of a Brevard County horse property in Titusville, Florida.

 

 
 
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Slide 1: ==== ==== Awesome Brevard County Horse Property For Sale! Watch the video! www.youtube.com/watch?v=YkvrhSDLcQU ==== ==== For many folks, having their own horse property where they can care for their own horses has been a dream for a long time. Moving forward with this dream requires a lot of thought, reflection and preparation. It is normally less costly to purchase an existing facility over building a new one. Consider all facets of this decision before you move forward. If you have decided to go ahead and build your own horse property, you are about to move forward with something you probably have looked forward to for a long time. I would like to see this process go as well as possible for you. It is critical that you do your homework and plan for success. I hope the thoughts in this article can be of help and assist you in your planning. I am not going to give you a lot of answers in this article, but rather a lot of questions. There is not one best way to keep and care for horses. It depends on; where you live, the type of horses you have, what you do with those horses, your personal beliefs and preferences and your financial resources. Go through these questions and write down your answers. Then consult with an experienced horse person that you respect. Make sure you are very careful with choosing who you hire to do any work on your horse property. Get and check several references, then ask around some more. The first thing to decide is where you will build your horse facility: If you already own your property, you have already taken the first step. If not here are a few things to consider. How many acres do you want, need and can afford? What is the current use and potential future use of the land around the acreage you are considering for your horse property? Is access to trails a factor and are they available? Will those trails stay accessible or could their use change? Does the property have appropriate zoning? Is water and electric readily accessible? What is the terrain of the property? Is it appropriate for horses? Is the area prone to flooding? What kind of snow fall does the area get and what will you need to do to manage the snow in the winter months? Is the location accessible to other locations you need to commute to? The next area for you to consider is the type of structure you will build on your horse property: Do you want to construct a run in shed or a barn with stalls? How big will the stalls be and how will they be constructed?
Slide 2: Will you have a dirt floor, rubber mat of other product? What type of construction will work best for you? Will you decide on a pole structure or one with a foundation? What will you build your structure from Block, Wood, Metal or Fabric? How big will your building need to be? Can you plan for possible future expansion? Where will you store hay, feed, tack, first aid supplies, and horse keeping tools? What kind of security is needed? Make sure you secure required permits. You need to look at the potential horse property and decide how to best lay out the features you will construct: Where will you build your barn? Make sure you do not build it in a low lying area where water will accumulate when it rains. How will you provide water to your horses and how reliable is that supply source? Make sure you will have a way to keep the water supply from freezing in winter months. Will you need a training arena? Where will the training arena be? Will you need to bring in footing? Will you need to fence this area in? What tools will you need to keep the arena in good shape? Many folks want to have their horses spend a good bit of their day in pastures. How will you lay out your pastures? What kind of fencing will be best on your horse property? What is the quality of the pasture? Do you need to take any steps to improve your pastures, prior to your horses arriving? Will you provide a run in shelter in the pasture? How will you manage the mud that often occurs at rainy times of the year? Is the vegetation in the pasture area safe for horses? Here are a few other areas to consider: What kind of accident or injury prevention can you take action on at this point in your planning for your horse property? What kind of insurance will you purchase? What will you do with manure on your horse property? It is important that you have a plan and that it will be effective. What steps will you take to manage Flies? What steps will you take to manage rodents? Will you have a land line or do you get good cell reception on your horse property. What equipment will you need to purchase to operate the facility? This is certainly not going to be something you charge into without careful planning. I could have shared with you what we chose to do on our horse property and why, but everyone's situation is going to be different and I felt that giving you the questions above would be the best way to help you.
Slide 3: If you would like input or have a specific question about building your facility or horse training questions, feel free to email me at bob@kanehorsemanship.com Any way you shake it this is going to be a large financial undertaking. You want to make sure you are well prepared to go into this. Always figure that you are going to have fewer funds available than you planned and that there will be more costs than anticipated. We also help folks to better afford their horses. If you would like assistance in making your horses and maybe a horse facility that is in your future less of a financial burden, check out our web site http://www.makinghorsesaffordable.com or email me at the address above. I hope you have found this information helpful. I wish you all the best in your Horsemanship Journey. Bob, his wife Bonnie and daughter Heather offer Horse Training services at Lucky Top Ranch. Bob also helps folks make horses a more affordable part of their budget. Contact Bob at bob@kanehorsemanship.com. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Bob_Kane ==== ==== Awesome Brevard County Horse Property For Sale! Watch the video! www.youtube.com/watch?v=YkvrhSDLcQU ==== ====

   
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