It was quite cramped in the barn this winter. Two foals have just been born and actually the horse stalls are too small for the mares and their foals. This is a typical possible scenario at any boarding or breeding facility.
Converting an existing stable to provide sufficiently large stalls has proven to be uneconomical in many cases. On the other hand, an increasing number of horse owners would like to breed one or two foals with their mares which are, however, currently boarded out. This means that new ideas are needed.
One solution is loose boxes. Loose boxes are separate stable buildings which can be easily and flexibly integrated into an existing equestrian facility. The standard dimensions of the loose boxes are 3.40 x 3.40 metres, 3.40 x 4.00 metres or 4.00 x 4.00 metres per box. The large loose boxes provide sufficient temporary space for mares with their foals.