Stall Mucking Duties and Schedule Mobile App
Stall mucking is a routine part of caring of horses.
How does it work?
You enter the horse stall, and use a pitchfork to move the hay. The PEC has standards for exactly how stalls should be cleaned and maintained.
This Stall Mucking Duties and Schedule app allows you to create schedules for five people, so that you can quickly organize stall mucking responsibilities. You can change the number of people, as well as the times when they work.
This app also includes guidelines for mucking stalls, such as checking that waterers have water and that stalls are cleaned according to PEC standards.
Examples of the PEC standards include the following: clear the work areas take out; move feeders, water buckets and stall toys; with a manure fork, go through all shavings little by little picking out the manure and wet stall bedding; crape unsoiled bedding to one side and check that there is not wet manure oiled bedding hiding underneath. Finally, once you have removed all manure and wet bedding, you need to spread the cleaner stall bedding over the whole area to distribute bedding evenly. Sweep out and pick up mess in the Alley and doorways once done. Lock up the horse stall when finished.
This is a lot of information to keep in mind while cleaning. Use Stall Mucking Duties and Schedule app, which can be opened on a smartphone or tablet, so that you can refer to the PEC standards while on site. This is a handy tool for those working in stables and horse owners.