box stall

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box stall, loose-box

In barns or stables, an individual compartment in which an animal may move about freely.
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When my team included the mare, I always removed her harness and returned her to the box stall while I ate, so the colt could nurse.
This particular trailer had a dividing door between the box stalls and the dressing room with a 1 /2-inch opening at the bottom of the door and a 6-inch opening at the top.
Every morning when I went out to the barn to milk my Saanen doe, Jane, she would greet me with expectant "ba-a-a-s" and be standing, white ears pricked forward, against the four-foot door of the horse box stall which was her home.
The facility has 28 spacious box stalls, a hay loft, a horse shower stall, a saddle room, an entry lobby with police desk, administrative office space, and separate locker rooms for the police.
Naylor converted the adjoining tack room into her bedroom, and two box stalls with their original doors still in place into bedrooms for visiting grandchildren.
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The box stalls in it also came from free recycled wood.
The new 22,500 s/f stables include a 6,500 s/f heated training ring, spacious box stalls, locker rooms and office space for both Troop B and the Mounted Unit citywide headquarters.
The renovated building will initially accommodate 30 box stalls for horses and 20 to 30 carriages for use by owners and tenants.
The cattle were housed inside our barn in 9' x 16' box stalls,
Check the immersion water heaters in box stalls and heater bases for floor-mount waterers.
However, when pasture isn't available, you can use individual pens or box stalls provided they are dry and adequately ventilated.