Spring is the perfect time of year to get in the habit of doing a deep clean in the barn, whether you’re worried about a virus in your area or not. A sanitizing deep clean can mean preventing bacteria and fungus that cause things like rainrot and scratches, can dissuade or root out disease host pests like mice and bugs, and eliminate any virus strains you may not know are lurking as horses come and go. (Not to mention ridding the barn of cold and flu germs for people after a long winter!)
You should consider a thorough and effective system for each area of the barn: the aisles, stalls, automatic waterers, fans, wash rooms, feed rooms and wash racks. For humans, consider disinfecting surfaces in offices, common areas, doors, bathrooms and around tack rooms or lockers.
Today, we’re taking notes from this step-by-step instruction on properly sanitizing individual stalls in the absolute best method available. Hagyard Equine Medical Institute gives some tips on giving your stalls a truly beneficial deep clean:
Get to deep cleaning, Jumper Nation, and go jumping!
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