Stall Floor Dividers

stall floor dividers

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Bedding often slips out from the stall under the stall door and into the aisle, making a mess. 

A straightforward solution is to place a board across the front of the stall to act like a lip.  This stall floor divider can be removable if you want clear access for sweeping, cleaning, or moving the horse in and out of the stall (though most horses step over this). 

Permanent dividers can be placed on the flat floor between the aisle and stall, or the stall can be made a few inches lower than the aisle—both work.  Everyone gets used to the difference in height or the need to step over the divider board.  More importantly, the barn aisle remains neat throughout the day.

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