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Stall Boarding

Full Board - $460/month
Full board is the premium level of care. Full Board includes

  • Individual stall with daily cleaning
  • Daily turnout (Nights in the summer, Days in the winter)
  • Twice daily feeding of up to 8 lbs. of custom blended grain and 1/2 bale of hay
    (ave. of 23lbs.) per day during non-grazing months
  • Supplements fed daily as requested
  • Horses held for routine farrier and vet visits
  • Blanket changes, fly mask and fly spray service as necessary

Mare/Foal Board
Mare and foal board is available on a week-to-week basis. 24-hour foal watch is available when required for pregnant mares. We have four 20' x 12' foaling stalls with an observation window from the barn office, so as not to disturb the mare during foaling; as well as audio and video feeds in the stalls for around-the-clock foal watch. We also provide a mare and foal field. Mare/Foal boarding prices are available upon request.

Overnight Board
Evergreen Farm can accommodate overnight stabling for horses traveling through the area.  We are just minutes off of I81 and I66 and Route 7.  We require proof of a negative Coggins dated within one year and interstate health papers signed by a veterinarian within 10 days.   Bedding and water will be supplied.  Hay and grain will need to be provided by you. Prices are available upon request.

Stallion Boarding:
Evergreen can from time to time accommodate stallions within its boarding program.  Each stallion has his own private turnout paddock with limited sight to mares.  The stallion paddocks are next to each other with a 12 foot alley between them.  They are given a stall for 12 hour in and 12 hour out accommodations as well as all the benefits for stall boarders.  Prices are available upon request.

Feeding Program

Evergreen Farm is proud of its customized feeding program, which horses at all levels of care can enjoy.  In order to accommodate all the different nutritional requirements of Evergreen’s diverse herd – encompassing everything from mares in foal to young-stock to elderly horses - but not have 10 bins of different feeds, we developed a feed that, with slight changes to proportions, allows for all the horses to eat it but still maintain individualized protein, fat and mineral levels.  This custom program has been tested and approved by nutritionists with Kentucky Equine Research and Pennfield Feeds, so you can rest assured that your horse will receive the appropriate mix of nutrients for their needs.  All horses can also receive individualized supplements as necessary at no extra charge.

All horses also benefit from the high quality forage we provide at Evergreen.  Carefully managed rotational grazing allows us to graze on high quality grass pasture for at least 7 months each year.  Little or no supplemental hay is necessary during the spring, summer and early fall.  From late fall through the winter, horses at Evergreen receive a high quality brome hay, alternated with high quality round bales of timothy and orchard grass.  Alternating hay allows our horse to have regular access to important forage, while eliminating unsightly hay bellies that can come from constant grazing on low-quality round bales.  The round bales are weed, fescue and, most importantly, mold-free and are fed from safe, custom-designed round bale feeders.  The feeders have no holes or bars that could entrap a horse’s legs or head, but they keep the hay dry and off the ground while reducing waste. All hay is stored in a safe, dry hay storage building, or in the well ventilated hay loft.  Evergreen’s hay is tested regularly to ensure that important nutrient requirements are met.

Proof of a negative Coggins test dated within 30 days is required before horses arrive on the farm. We also require that the horse be up-to-date on all recommended vaccines and/or boosters.

Evergreen Farm, LLC • 131 Allegheny Ridge Lane, Berryville, VA 22611 • 540.955.0529 • evergreendors@juno.com