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Arena Lighting

Having a great new arena is a dream come true, and being able to use it at night is a bonus. But you need to put as much thought into lighting the arena as you did planning it. Michael...
Sand is the most common arena footing used throughout the United States and is a good shock absorber. The best sand for a riding arena is usually hard, cleaned and screened, and of medium coarseness. Cleaned means silt and...
The health of the planet is a big concern these days, and while it’s easy to point the finger of blame toward big polluters such as factories, refineries and concentrated animal feeding operations, individuals need to own up to...
Horse grazing in front of a barn

Have a Healthy Barn

By domesticating horses, we moved them from their natural, limitless environment to the confines of small corrals and buildings designed mostly for our own convenience.  Unfortunately, barns are not always conducive to healthy living. They can harbor airborne contaminants...
No matter how reputable your builder or how many barns he’s built, ask lots of questions. In your world, the only barn that matters is the one built for you. Think of yourself as the foreman of the project....
You can probably figure out what a plow is, but there is some tractor terminology that’s foreign to first-time tractor buyers. Here’s a translation guide to help get you up to speed on basic tractor lingo:Blade: A heavy blade...
If you’re new to tractors, finding a qualified teacher who can tutor you on the ins and outs of safe driving and operation can be difficult, but now there’s a national program designed to train users on safe tractor...
Getting the right size tractor for your horse farm really does depend on what you want to accomplish with the equipment and how much you’re willing to pay for it. Budget aside, horsepower (HP) is the most basic distinction...
One of the most infuriating exercises in futility is when you have a problem with your electric fence. You walk the entire perimeter to see if something’s lying across a rail, check for loose connections, and inspect your ground...

30 Property Maintenance Tips

Barn and Horse Trailer by GA-Kayaker on flickr/CC BY 2.0Regularly tighten electric tape fence; check tension on polymer rail fencing. Control weeds in pastures. Re-nail loose...
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