I've heard you need atleast an acre and a half per horse.
Roughly 30-40 acres
Where I lived in Maryland it was required to have about an acre per horse, we had 2.5 acres and 2 horses lived comfortably on it, but it would be better if you could obtain about 2 acres just for the grass advantage. Hope this helps!
The minimum amount 'of acres per horse required by the state of Montana is 3 acres. The USA acres per horse is 2.
The acreage limit for 1 horse is approximately 5 acres, but if you have 10 acres and it is good grass you can put 3 horses on the peice of acreage. If it is'NT good grass though you should only put 2 on there. One horse needs one acre of fertile land. There should not be any harmful or posionous weeds/plants in the horse's pasture. If you have 2+ horses, you need the same amount of acres.
I've always heard that the rule of thumb is: One cow per acre or One horse per 3 acres. The difference is that a horse pulls up the grass and a cow cuts the grass. Also - It can depend on where the property is... south Texas is more like 2 acres per cow, farther north can be 2 per acre.
Yosemite National Park's area is 761,330 acres.
How many acres do you need to own a horse in Raisinville Township, Monroe Michigan
On average, you should have at least 2 acres per horse.
The law is about 1-2 acres per horse.
It is good to have at least 2 or 3 acres for one horse. I used to have three horses, and we had them in a 6-acre pasture. They mowed down the grass very fast, and we sold one of them because we didnt have enough room.
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