i have no idea but i would imaging that it is dependant on many different things. like the type of facilities, number of horses, area you live in, and many other factors. are you hoping to board horses on your farm?
Ya i would like to try it. i have one horse and realy more stalls also lots of paster and my sheep and horse can't eat it all so i could have more. i am just trying to find out of this will cost me lots of money on liability and stof
well, i would look into the cost of insurance. if you have a horse, im sure that you know that they can run into serious health problems that need immediate attention (i.e. colic) do you or your parents know how to deal with these kind of emergencies or is there a vet that is very close by that is on call 24 hours? as well as it will be a lot of work- lots of feeding, haying, mucking, and changing bedding! if boarders dont have the time to come and see their horses will you excise them for them? i guess there is a lot to go into this, so make sure you are up for it!!