Farm Equipment

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Why you need to shovel out your horse trailer this winter

In a veterinary emergency during the winter, your ability to quickly hitch up and pull your horse trailer can make the life-or-death difference.

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3 ways to prevent blanket injuries

Protect your horse from common blanket-related problems this winter with these simple measures.

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Getting ready for winter? Don't forget your trailer

When winterizing your farm and property, don’t overlook one crucial step: making sure your trailer is ready to go.

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Shopping for an Immersion heater

Encourage your horse to drink this winter with a device that safely keeps his water from freezing.

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Tractor Talk: A Rookie's Guide to Buying a Tractor

A rookie's guide to determining the best tractor to buy to maintain your horse property.

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Choose the Right Wheelbarrow for the Job

Farms couldn't function without wheelbarrows or carts. Here's how to match the options they offer with the chores you need to get done. By Eliza R. L. McGraw for EQUUS magazine.

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The Tractor: A Farm's Unsung Hero

A farm can run without a lot of things, but the tractor is the key to a well-run horse operation. By David Wyatt for EquiSearch.

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Do-It-Yourself: Taking Care of Your Small Farm Yourself

Taking care of your horse farm the low-tech way.

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Tractor Safety

Safety procedures and practices for working with tractors and farm equipment.