In Case of Emergency

In Case of Emergency 9 Tips to keep your horses safe Hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, fires.  It’s not a matter of if these things happen, it’s only a matter of when.  Being prepared for emergency situations is absolutely vital, and being a livestock owner...

Always Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth: Part 2

Like we mentioned in Part 1, horses have long teeth that continuously erupt out of the gums throughout their lifetime.  It’s good that their teeth are constantly “growing” because their natural food source – grasses, hays, and forages –...

Always Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth: Part 1

We wanted to write a short little article about your horse’s teeth, but as we were researching, we realized there was more to discuss than we thought!  As it turns out, there’s a lot going on in your horse’s mouth.  In Part 1, we’ll introduce...

Fly Control: A Comprehensive Battle Plan

If they haven’t already arrived, they’ll be at your barn soon! Flies are not only annoying to you and your horses, they can also bite and spread disease. Every summer is a battle to control the fly population and keep them from bugging your horses. There...

What to Feed Your Horse: Factors to Consider

When first designing a feeding program for your horse, the endless options can seem overwhelming.  There are so many choices available, how do you decide? First things first.  You’ll want to evaluate your horse’s current situation.  Here’s a few...