Even if you don't ride much (or at all) in the frigid months, there are plenty of things you can do to ensure your horse is comfortable.
You know it's coming – so get a jump on the snow, ice, wind and cold with some preemptive maintenance and management.
Some hot-weather management tips that any rider can adopt to keep themselves and their horses safe and healthy during extreme heat events.
Barn owners want to see the stalls full, but asking questions, setting boundaries and getting background info can prevent headaches and drama.
In Part One of this two-part series, we look at what horse owners want in a facility - and what they want to avoid.
While you might be in the thick of it (sorry) right now, some planning this summer can make life much easier next fall and spring.
With a little prep work and elbow grease, you can wash dirty blankets at home and save a few dollars on the cleaners (and gas!)
The OEEEP courses are free and the program matches enthusiastic graduates with busy equine businesses – plus attractive financial incentives.
The unimaginable horror of watching your stable and your livelihood go up in flames is relived by these farm owners.
Whether you have a horse-related background or are a complete newbie, the OEEEP can help you get training and find employment.
If you think your older horse spends his day eating and sleeping more than his younger pasturemates, you might be mistaken.
When selecting hay for your horse, it is important to understand where the myths came from regarding this main component of a horse's diet.
A Pennsylvania couple combined their computer, data warehousing, communications and electrical engineering skills to create Farm Jenny.
These bright flowers which pop up in the pasture look innocuous, but can cause blistering of the skin, mouth and digestive system.
Eastern tent caterpillars are found all over North America and besides damaging trees can also cause abortion in mares if ingested.