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Introducing a New Horse to the Herd

Congratulations! You’ve just bought a new horse. Whether it is your first, a second one to be a buddy to an “only” horse, or another to add to your ever-growing herd, be prepared to introduce him to his new home correctly. 

If you are bringing him home to join your…

Fencing For Foals

One of your most critical investments will be creating the environment where your foal takes those first steps, jumps, and hops in the big new world. 

Just as you would prepare a nursery ahead of time for a new baby, (of the human variety), pre-planning a nursery paddock for your…

Planning Your Gates

When installed properly, they offer a safe point for you and your horses to enter and exit. For maximum convenience, place your gates as close as possible to the entry/exit point of your barn. This will save time and also make turn out easier for anyone who may help…

Eliminate Frozen Water Buckets in the Winter

January winds and cold crunchy snow abound in our Ohio region this time of the year! Cold weather climates can be challenging for horse owners when it comes to keeping unfrozen water sources for horses. Do you chip ice twice or three times a day? Are you tired of…

5 Tips to Make Barn Chores Easier

Isn’t it always the small things that make all the difference? When we are working in our barns or with our horses, the simplest of conveyances can make life so much easier. I was thinking about this and wanted to give you a short list of tips and products…