They say what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. I think that’s true of difficult... more
Planning ahead for winter weather can prevent costly and difficult repairs to your property mid-season.
When October leaves start falling, you know that winter will soon be knocking on your barn door. READ MORE
Although pumpkins are not packed with nutrients---they are about 90 percent water---they do have a sweet flavor, and some horses develop a taste for them. But stick to feeding the fruit as a treat, rather than as a significant part of your horse's diet. READ MORE
How likely is your horse to develop this devastating hoof condition? Take our 8-question survey to find out. READ MORE
I have owned my 8-year-old Tennessee Walking Horse gelding for about five months. He's a great trail horse, but he is pushy on the ground and very lippy---he wants to grab everything...
Factors to consider when selecting a turnout blanket for your horse. By Jayne Pedigo for EquiSearch. READ MORE
Here are some commonsense answers to all your horse blanketing questions. READ MORE
With a thorough inspection in early fall, you can make sure your horse blankets are ready for the cold weather to come. READ MORE
Laminitis researchers already know about horses that have laminitis, like this pony. The drive is on...
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