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Stable Management

Thumbs up: Getting a head start in the battle of the bugs It may seem early to be thinking about bug season, but a little planning can go a long way when it comes to battling the bugs. With the right...
Horse wearing protective boots while jumping

Horse Boot Guide

Protective boots are a must-have for your horse or pony if you do athletic events like jumping and barrel racing, or if your horse’s conformation makes him interfere (bump his legs together) as he moves. Before putting any type of...
This article was originally posted on May 24, 2012. Owning a horse can be an expensive proposition, especially if you aren’t financially prepared. A horse that becomes seriously ill can cost you a fortune in vet bills. Should the worst...
The chaos that comes with everyday life, such as work, family, and school, can be overwhelming enough as it is. Add a horse to that mix, and quality time with your equine partner can be hard to come by....
Thumbs up: Chasing the dust bunnies away and helping your horse breathe easy this season. Between the shavings he sleeps in, the hay he eats, and the cobwebs in the rafters, your horse’s home may be full of dust that could...
Walking around a farm, you likely will catch a glimpse of a few barn cats scurrying around, watching farm animals or lying about in the grass. Don’t let their laid-back appearance fool you—barn cats are hard at work! Read...
If your four-legged friends have hooves and paws, chances are they’ll spend time together at the barn. But do you know the potential risks involved with bringing your dog and horse together at the barn? Set your horses and...
Most riders know how important it is to protect their head with a helmet. But for extra protection from other types of injuries, a safety vest, also called a body protector, is a useful item to add to your...
Feeling crabby from the cold weather? Don’t worry—your horse probably isn’t. While us lowly humans may be piling on the layers and dreaming of the beach (or at least better riding weather), our horses naturally have this seasonal shift...
When cold winter temperatures arrive and the thermometer begins to dip below the 32° Fahrenheit mark, farm owners face a long list of seasonal chores: putting away hoses and draining outdoor water spigots, parking the horse trailer, preparing turnout...
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