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Stable Management

Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) and the herbicide Roundup®, which includes the active ingredient called glyphosate, continue to affect the health of our horses every day. Science has documented gastric ulcers in pigs, liver and kidney damage in rats, and...
An accurate diagnosis is the foundation for effective treatment of any equine health issue and especially so for allergic conditions that impact equine respiratory function, such as identifying equine asthma allergens. Haygain’s long-standing commitment to research has recently resulted...
By Nikki Alvin-Smith, Horizon Structures Fall is officially here, and with it comes fantastic riding weather. As a horse farm owner it is also time to get your Fall cleanup underway and prepare for the winter season. If you live...
Equine Land Conservation Resource (ELCR) and My Horse University will co-host a free webinar, “Land Issues and Small Properties,” on October 22, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. EST. ELCR’s Denise O’Meara, Director of Education, will present, focusing on the zoning...
Picture this: It’s hay season in your area—almost time for the first cutting. The grass is already knee-high, the days are long and dry, and farmers are prepping their machines for the work ahead. All of this is good...
Whether you’re planning to travel to horse shows or somewhere special for summer trail riding, the road trip starts with one major decision: what kind of vehicle do you need to pull your horse trailer? Even if you’re just hauling...
It’s important to be aware of the dangers that can come with rising temperatures, especially when you have barn cats and dogs. As temperatures increase, so do the risks of heat-related ailments. According to the American Society for the Prevention...
Being outside at the barn means you might occasionally deal with wild animals, including skunks. Your horses and dogs also risk exposure to these smelly creatures and a potential spray attack. Skunks use their odor to defend themselves in threatening...
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English Bit Basics

The number of bits available are almost limitless. Most of us have a pretty hefty collection, and even then it’s just the tip of the iceberg. It can be a challenge to make a quick decision and pluck just...
Western horses are ridden in both snaffle bits and curb bits. Snaffle bits work via direct pressure while curb bits employ leverage. Young or green horses are typically started in a snaffle bit and should learn the basics...
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