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Home and Acreage

On a rise near the edge of our horse property, we have two adjoining pastures. This is where a couple of our horses graze from morning until night all year long. In the spring, these two pastures are well-groomed...
Most horse owners must purchase hay every year—a process that can be somewhat frustrating as it puts you in search of hay year after year. While some horse owners may be fortunate enough to find a reliable hay provider,...
Winter horse keeping can be a real pain in the neck, no matter where you live and what challenges come with your climate. Whether your winter weather is cold, snowy, rainy, icy, or even balmy, here are tips and...
Most of us seek to do good in the world, especially when it comes to helping horses in transition. But if you’re short on funds or live too far away to help a local equine rescue in person, it...
There’s nothing like having some nice shade trees around your pasture to protect your horses from the hot afternoon sun. And as long as there is plenty of grass, horses will likely leave the trees alone, but you never...
You drive a gas-saving vehicle. You bring cloth bags to the grocery store. You turn off the faucet while brushing your teeth. “Reduce, reuse, recycle” is something you take seriously, so you’re all about incorporating green, or eco-friendly, practices...
When it still feels like fall to you, your horses know better! And they start putting on their winter coats in response to the diminishing hours of daylight, whether there is a chill in the air, and this winter...
Each season change brings its own set of challenges and opportunities. Here are the most important checkpoints to carefully consider this fall for care of your horse before the snow and ice arrive to make life harder. Hoof Care Fall is...
Horses are usually content to simply graze on the grasses that you want them to, but there are some poisonous plants out in the world that are bad for horses—and there are some curious horses who like to nibble...
As you gaze out at your horse’s field, it’s evident that winter is coming. The once-green color of lush grass is fading to varying shades of autumn brown. You may be thinking that this fall forage is now ok...
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