The Difference in an Equine Only Facility

Do you drive with your seat belt on? I have a feeling the majority of you out there would say of course.  I know that I always use my seat belt, even though I can’t say that is has ever actually saved me in 27 years.  However…that doesn’t mean I’m willing to not use it… Continue reading

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Protecting Your Horse and Your Money When Buying and Storing Feed

It’s summer! Time to stop banging those frozen bags of sweet feed with a hammer to just get a scoop out! However…this is the time of year when things start to heat up and people begin to think about their feed going bad. There are several management tips and techniques to help you keep your… Continue reading

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Feeding for Quality

I’m often confronted with people who think buying the cheapest bag of feed is an acceptable way to manage horses.  “You have to go back to economics,” I have been told.  Well…I know as well as anyone else does that money is an important component when running a business.  What some equine professionals may not… Continue reading

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Calcium and Phosphorus in a Horse’s Diet

If you have ever been involved in selecting feed or developing a horse’s ration, then you have probably done your research and found calcium and phosphorus to be minerals that are spoken about often.  Calcium and phosphorus are two of the most abundant minerals in the horse’s body.  These two minerals work together to aid… Continue reading

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Feeding Rice Bran

One of the most common struggles I hear from horse owners is that they always have one or two horses that they are trying to put weight on.  When you feel as though you are doing everything right, such as deworming regularly, getting their teeth done, having great quality hay and feed, and consulting your… Continue reading

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