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Is your pasture in need of some TLC to make it a viable source of forage for your horses? Here is some advice on how to get the best from your grazing.
Whatever statement you are (or are not) trying to make, when it comes to horses, good fences certainly do make good neighbours.
What do horse farms and golf courses have in common? At certain times of year dealing with mud – avoiding it and minimizing it – is a full time job!
If you're planning to build on your property, it's important to research things like permits, insurance and guarantees before you break ground.
To improve welfare standards for horses around the world, researchers are working to develop a set of guidelines for how they are managed and handled.
Grow these 10 plants around your house and barn to repel biting insects such as mosquitoes and ticks. They are all safe to grow around pets and children.
Rural Canada has suffered from an equine vet shortage for decades. What can be done to provide services to the far-flung horse owners in this country?
Horses are evolutionarily designed to avoid confrontation and embrace affiliation in order to reap the most benefit from living within a group.
No matter what the disaster – fire, flood or extreme weather conditions – there are a number of things you can do to help yourself, your barn and horses.
There are some diseases that can be transmitted from horses to humans. Diseases that are communicable between animals and humans are called zoonotic.
Choose the best stall bedding for your horse, taking into consideration their healthy, safety and comfort, as well as affordability and storage.
Researchers from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences have conducted a study on the use of paddock shelters in the summertime.
While there are hundreds of species of weeds toxic to horses, the following six include two of the most poison, deadly ones.
Horsepower can still be found on farms and elsewhere doing traditional work efficiently and often more successfully than machines.