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  • pony grandma
    started a topic Blue Hors stable tour

    Blue Hors stable tour

    This was just posted Jan 29, 2019

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uDA9_va7naM


  • Equibrit
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    Originally posted by cloudyandcallie View Post

    My father used to buy tons of peat moss every year for his camellias. Till I was 10 yrs old and got my first horse who took over the job of fertilization Goggle peat moss. In the UK it was burned to heat homes. It has manure and vegetation in it on the moors.
    Peat is what is burned for heat, peat moss is used for soil improvement. Two different things.

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  • Manni01
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    Originally posted by ewells View Post

    Cat Tap I think they have turned the manure into essentially a compressed "log" which you would burn like in a wood stove - creating heat. Very cool recycling. There are other places in the world that use animal manure as burning fuel.
    And I believe they use the manure logs basically to heat their stables and the indoor... remember in the beginning they said everything is heated

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  • Manni01
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    Originally posted by Cat Tap View Post
    Is this place a national or privately owned facility? Amazing place can't imagine how many millions it is worth.
    The owners of LEGO are the owners of this place.

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  • SaddleFitterVA
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    I discovered Matt's youtube channel and videos a couple of months ago and enjoy watching them! I guess his channel is my version of reality tv. I loved that episode where he toured Blue Hors.

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  • cloudyandcallie
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    Originally posted by ewells View Post

    Cat Tap I think they have turned the manure into essentially a compressed "log" which you would burn like in a wood stove - creating heat. Very cool recycling. There are other places in the world that use animal manure as burning fuel.
    My father used to buy tons of peat moss every year for his camellias. Till I was 10 yrs old and got my first horse who took over the job of fertilization Goggle peat moss. In the UK it was burned to heat homes. It has manure and vegetation in it on the moors.

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  • ewells
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    Originally posted by Cat Tap View Post

    I believe he said that they are great for providing heat. Not exactly sure how.
    Cat Tap I think they have turned the manure into essentially a compressed "log" which you would burn like in a wood stove - creating heat. Very cool recycling. There are other places in the world that use animal manure as burning fuel.

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  • ladyj79
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    It's private

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  • Cat Tap
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    Is this place a national or privately owned facility? Amazing place can't imagine how many millions it is worth.

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  • Cat Tap
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    Originally posted by Sturmunddrang View Post
    Thank you! Loved watching how things are done over there. They really consider it an industry.

    The manure machine is amazing, but I couldn't hear very well exactly how it worked. Do they then spread those tube things on the fields for fertilizer?
    I believe he said that they are great for providing heat. Not exactly sure how.

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  • Sturmunddrang
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    Thank you! Loved watching how things are done over there. They really consider it an industry.

    The manure machine is amazing, but I couldn't hear very well exactly how it worked. Do they then spread those tube things on the fields for fertilizer?

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  • js
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    Lovely facility, well thought out. Want one of their jackets! Enjoy the youtube channel, they have some entertaining ones.

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  • Joanne
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    Wow! Great video. Thanks for sharing the link.

    My hearing isn't very good; who was the chestnut being ridden in the arena?

    Edited: It is Blue Hors Zepter
    Last edited by Joanne; Feb. 15, 2019, 10:07 PM.

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  • Foxtrot's
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    I did not know that about Matinee - I know she got hurt in Vegas, but assumed she was now a broodmare....my two favorites - her and Farouche. I think Equibrit let me down a bit there!

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  • skydy
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    Very fancy and functional stable. I'm fascinated by their manure machine!

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  • XTAC
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    Lover this channel in general. Fun content.

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  • ladyj79
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    Matinee passed some years ago, accident in turn out.

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  • Foxtrot's
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    Oh my!!!

    Wonder if he saw a beautiful grey mare called Matinee?

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  • Mouse&Bay
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    That was amazing. Thank you!

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