Drainage problems are the reason horse farms get mud in paddocks or fields.
You can reduce the "bog effect" if you take time to notice where water runs and settles after a rain, and plan your landscaping strategy accordingly.
There are ways to diminish mud in high-traffic areas on your horse property.
Don't you just love going into a tack shop and smelling that wonderful new leather smell? All that clean and healthy leather that just gleams is a fabulous sight. Then you walk into your tack room at the barn and notice the dust, dirt, grime, mildew and sometimes even disrepair.
Rotating either sheep or goats through your horse pastures enables you to target some of the weedy species that horses won’t graze.