Winter came to us overnight, and large amounts of precipitation surprised us last week. It was the right time to visit the horse stable in Irig. The winter idyll that found us there did not leave us indifferent…
Stevan Sokola from Irig, tries to pass on his love for horses to his children. He owns 7 horses, three adults and 4 ponies that children are always happy about. In the summer, this family rides in a carriage, and in the winter magic they enjoy sledding with horses.
Our interlocutor gave some advice to people who would like to do this business. First, they must have certain conditions where horses could stay (stables), then they must have conditions to prepare food during the summer, which is not a small investment nowadays. Stevan explained to us that one horse needs 100 acres of land to sow corn and oats, as well as 300-400 bales of hay.
Horses are not demanding animals, and when it comes to health problems, they are also very grateful for their maintenance.
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