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.
Farmers and land owners are designating portions of their hayfields where cutting is delayed until mid-July to protect ground-nesting birds.
Healthier and more productive pastures during the grazing season require some planning, testing and hard work.
Avoid the heartbreak and financial implications of a tragic barn fire by having an evacuation plan in place.
CapriCMW offers guidance on barn protocols for COVID safety in the face of changing policies from government and health officials.
The University of Kentucky outlines a few steps you can take right now to extend your resources and reduce the expense of feeding horses.
Want to track your epic trail rides, never forget another appointment, or just get your horse's darn ears up for a selfie? There's an app for that.
Beyond annoying, flies can also transmit a variety of diseases. Here are some simple steps to help reduce the number of insects in your barn.
Doug Breen has had plenty of experience slinging bales, being the son of a dairy farmer; here he shares some common haying mistakes he sees people making.
Now that equestrian facilities are allowed to resume operation following the prolonged COVID-19 break, how will they keep staff and riders safe?
For horse owners, our front line workers are the owners, managers and minimal staff of the facilities where our horses are living. Here's how to thank them.
With his signature wit, Doug Breen offers spring cleaning tips for getting your horse farm into shape so it can look it’s best once the snow melts.
Keeping horses hydrated can be a challenge, between hot summers and sub-arctic winters. Find out the best way to get fresh water to your paddocks.