Stall mats provide excellent comfort for your horses' stall. However, did you know there are several other great places you can use stall mats? You can use full or partial mats in non-traditional ways to make your barn and home safer, cleaner, and more user-friendly.
4th of July is the perfect opportunity to celebrate America and everything it stands for. This holiday is celebrated nationwide with parades, speeches, picnics – and fireworks! Some horses are literally “bombproof” around loud noises, but others can become stressed. If your horse is easily spooked by these crackling noises check out these tips to help them cope.
When you own a barn full of horses, hay deliveries are an essential (and often constant) part of life. While some hay farms or feed stores will deliver hay directly to you, it is often left up to the barn owner to transport and load their own hay. And while some stores do deliver, they may also have certain requirements when unloading. Here are some tips to make sure hay deliveries run smoothly.
It's just about that time. - Summer is just around the corner and we are starting to spend countless hours in the hot sun riding horses at shows, rodeos, training in the arena or trail riding. For both kids and adults, a sunburn can be very painful and sometimes even lead to sun poisoning. If you want to keep your skin looking great, along with staying healthy follow some of these tips.
A barn is built by just two people – you and your barn builder. Although there may be a crew of people physically working on the job, the success of your barn is going to depend on your relationship with the builder himself.
The controversy with how to deworm, when to deworm and even IF you should deworm has been loud and heated. The solutions seem to either be overmedicate (and your horse develops a resistance to dewormers) or don’t deworm at all (and take a chance your horse becomes sick). But there IS a happy medium.
With the weather getting nicer, it seems the perfect time for a trail ride. But sometimes it’s hard to get everyone to the barn at the same time. At some point, almost any rider will have to ride alone. Riding alone can be a wonderful way to connect with your horse and enjoy some solitude, but there’s also an element of danger to mounting up when you’re the only one on the property. Before you ride solo, think about putting some or all of these safety tips to use.
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