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.
Improve your farm's health and save money with these clever management practices.
Don’t let snow and ice storms catch you off guard. Take it from people who have been through the worst winter can dish out and get prepared!
The term biosecurity refers to management practices designed to reduce the chance of infectious disease transmission on your farm.
Making an effort to be a greener horse owner through eco-friendly management practices is beneficial to your horse’s health, the environment and your wallet