Small Farm Makeover: Winter Preparedness on Horse Properties

Small Farm Makeover: Winter Preparedness on Horse Properties

Increase Chore Efficiency for an Easier Winter by Alayne Blickle, Horses for Clean Water   Making chore efficiency updates on your horse property and having backup supplies on-hand is helpful for getting through the most challenging time of the year, and it may help you avoid disasters when winter storms …

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Slow Feeders for the Health of Your Horse

Exploring Options By Alayne Blickle   A lack of enrichment opportunities and boredom in horses can contribute to health issues such as weight gain, ulcers, stall vices (chewing, pawing, weaving, cribbing), fighting between horses, crabbiness under saddle, even colic. An increased exercise schedule, more turnout time, utilizing track paddocks, or …

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Book Review: Wild Horse Country: The History, Myth, and Future of the Mustang by David Philipps

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist Delves Deeply into Wild Mustangs by Alayne Blickle   Since this issue of NWHS focuses on education, I thought a book I recently read would fit nicely into that category. Wild Horse Country by David Philipps was published in October of 2017. It’s a fantastic book that …

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