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Benefits of Having Chickens on Your Farm

Have you ever thought about getting chickens?   They are more popular than ever now that people want to have organic eggs and food.  I have had chickens for years at my barn and they make me happy in so many ways. Chickens and horses can work well at your…

Saddle Bag Necessities

If you work your horses in an outdoor or indoor arena, getting ready to ride is a matter of saddling up and then schooling your horse.  But if you are a bit more adventurous or would like to change up the pace, trail riding is the way to go….

The First

.  I still remember the dream that I had at five, even though I am now sixty three.  A pony of my own in a pony sized barn. And I never was so happy than in that dream.  

 

I begged my parents for a horse and he arrived when…

Lady Long Rider

RAMM Horse Fencing and Stalls hosted a presentation and book signing event for “Lady Long Rider”, Bernice Ende. She started her first Long Ride in her 50’s traveling 2,000 miles to visit her sister.  Currently, she is still long riding with 2 horses, no cell phone, some maps and…

My Top 5 Fence Combinations and a Coffee to Go!

My love for horses (and coffee) has been with me since I can remember.  And because of that passion, my family and I made it our business (literally) to support and supply safer alternatives for horses.  We have owned, leased, sold, raised, trained, boarded and cared for about a…

A Note from Debbie

Recently we had record breaking low temperatures that dipped to -13 and only top sided to single digits during the day.  Two days of frigid cold with blowing winds. Our wind chill factors reached -30 to -40 degrees. My first thoughts of concern went to my horses living in…

The Lady Who Is – The Long Rider

  Even my granddaughter Gretchen read more books than I ever did. As time went on my husband and I were able to take some trips-and in that bit of leisurely time I started to read a few books.  Luckily, I happened upon a couple of good ones that…

Are We Losing our Young Riders?

It’s all about horses. For over 30 years, I have watched the horse industry and the changes that occur.  Trends come and go, disciplines can sometimes grow into a wider range of acceptance and new breeds never cease to amaze me.  But one facet of our industry is starting…

Memories of Christmas

 Christmas is in full swing, my horses look like wooly bears in their pastures as our big wreath on the barn shines down on them.  Our day officially ends here in Ohio at 5:10 p.m. and it is dark by 5:30 p.m. The Winter Solstice hits our northern hemisphere…