Are shared airspaces a good decision for horses’ stabling?

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Studies undertaken have investigated the construction of stabling that promotes airflow through stabling since airflow through the buildings should reduce inhaled particulate. 4 -8 air changes per hour should be provided in stabling to reduce dust in a stable setting (Wheeler 2006). Flow monitors are commercially available to calculate air changes per hour. Performance horses are frequently kept in stabling such is as shown in Figure 1 and Figure 2, where enclosed shared airspaces are...
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