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Crusher Fines

$26.95 per ton

Crusher Fines work great for horse stall, paddock, and exercise areas, arena and roundpen base, alpaca and llama pens and shelters, under pavers and artificial turf, around fire pits, lawn and garden paths, inexpensive landscaping material under bushes and shrubs to keep weeds for growing and many other projects. Call us today at 720-298-0948 for a no cost or obligation material and delivery bid, or click on the "Request for Bid" button above.

Crusher Fines are used for walking paths, horse stall, pen arena and roundpen footing, foundation drainage. It has many landscaping uses such as flagstone and paver base.

Equine Crusher Fines is the same material as regular crusher fines, however it is used more for horse stalls, paddocks and corrals.

Crusher fines can be used for horse stall base, roundpen base, arena base, walking paths, firepits, xeriscaping, patios, driveways, parking areas, parking lots, foundation drainage. You can also use to over excavate a base and fill it. There are many uses not listed.


  • Make a great non-slip footing for pens, stalls, etc.
  • Provids for a level base for landscape paving flatwork
  • Provide excellent drainage
  • Is preferable in many cases to pea gravel
  • Is a consistant uniform and easily worked product
  • If applied correctly, crusher fines will generally not grow weeds
  • Granite or River Rock - Drains better than all other compactable material


You do not need to install landscaping fabric under compactable materials. Compactable materials compact to form a solid, flat surface, so weeds cannot get light and moisture to grow (germinate). Examples; any type of roadbase, (recycled asphalt, class 6 granite or recycled concrete), class 1 structural fill dirt, granite or river rock crusher fines. If you want to spend the time and money to install the fabric and pins, it doesn't hurt anything.

Additional Reading

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How to Order the Correct Amount of Material

Measure the length and width of the area. Get the total square footage by multiplying the length by the width.

Once you determine your material and amount needed, call us at (720) 298-0948 or head over to our Request Bid page.


30 feet x 40 feet = 1200 square feet
1200 sq. ft divided by 100 = 12 tons

Tonnage example
product length width l x w = ft2 ft2 / depth tons
Crusher Fines 30 ft 40 ft 1200 100 12