If you manage an equestrian facility, you are concerned about dust control. Equestrian instructors, trainers, and animals can spend long hours each day in an indoor arena and are dependent on clean air for optimum performance. Studies performed by the University of Colorado and Penn State University show that equestrian trainers are more likely to develop bronchitis symptoms if their primary work environment was an indoor arena as opposed to an outdoor arena. Dust from arenas contain organic and inorganic materials and can be a serious health issue for trainers and animals. *Even with this information though, only 60% of stables report using some method of dust control.
Preparing and maintaining your lawn and garden can make a big difference when the extreme Summer temperatures hit or when Winter is in full force. Planning and hard work can save you money, water and even the heartbreak of seeing your plants or grass fall victim to temperature, drought or pests. Here are 15 things you can do to prepare and maintain your lawn and garden.
Hello and Welcome to the Big Sprinkler blog. Here’s where you will find helpful information and solutions from a company team that has been a leader in the irrigation industry for the last 35 years.
Who Is Big Sprinkler
My wife and I own a horse boarding and training facility in Broken Arrow, OK with two large arenas. My wife runs it, I’m just the free labor. My “day job”, working for an engineering firm, is sales and customer service so I truly appreciate top notch customer service when I receive it. Rick blew my expectations out of the water. His knowledge of the products is impeccable. He walked me through every aspect of determining which sprinkler would be the best fit and helped me figure out some alternatives to my water line/hydrant setup to get even better results. He literally spent HOURS with me over the past few weeks, not only that he called me back on a Friday night!!!