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CHA Offers Equine Safety Videos

CHA Offers Equine Safety Videos

Editor's note: Do you teach beginners at your stable or facility? Do you ever have to give a presentation to local youth groups interested in horses? You might use these short safety videos from the... more »

Feb 05, 2016 by in Barns/Grounds

Study on Prevalence of Dental Disorders in Horses

Study on Prevalence of Dental Disorders in Horses

Credit: Thinkstock A study showed that a more detailed oral examination may be needed for reliable diagnosis of many dental disorders. Dental disorders are commonly found during... more »

Feb 04, 2016 by in Equine Health

Round Pen Safety

Round Pen Safety

Many farms have round pens, and they are made from a variety of materials. Whatever you use, you need to make sure that the containment and footing are safe for you and the horse. more »

Feb 03, 2016 by in Barns/Grounds

How to Turn No into Yes

How to Turn No into Yes

What is your reaction when you get the response "no" in answer to something you want or want someone else to do? more »

Feb 02, 2016 by in Stable Management

Cash Flow Management Tips

Cash Flow Management Tips

Cash flow is all the money that comes in and goes out of your business. How you manage your cash flow can determine if your business is successful. There are things you can do to improve your profitability. more »

Feb 01, 2016 by in Stable Management

Nutrition is the Key to Stallion Success

Nutrition is the Key to Stallion Success

The stallion is expected to be in top health, physically fit and able to perform on demand when a mare arrives at the breeding shed or when semen... more »

Jan 31, 2016 by in Feed/Supplements

Think About These Things to Improve Your Farm's Business

Think About These Things to Improve Your Farm's Business

The New Year is an opportunity to think about your business. But that is a broad prospect, and therefore, somewhat daunting. Michigan State University Extension has a way to better define that; think... more »

Jan 30, 2016 by in Stable Management

Look for Successes in Mistakes and Failures

Look for Successes in Mistakes and Failures

If your results don’t come out exactly like you planned, look around and see if your result is a success in some other way. more »

Jan 29, 2016 by in Stable Management

Tire Readiness for the Traveling Equestrian

Tire Readiness for the Traveling Equestrian

With Mother Nature on full throttle, and most recently the eastern part of the United States, USRider would like to remind equestrians of a few tire strategies to make travel less stressful. To... more »

Jan 28, 2016 by in Farm Equipment

Obese Horses Lose Weight on Free-Choice Hay

Obese Horses Lose Weight on Free-Choice Hay

Researchers from the University of Melbourne, Australia, and the WALTHAM Centre for Pet Nutrition in the United Kingdom examined[i] how much weight obese ponies and horses lost when fed all the hay... more »

Jan 27, 2016 by in Feed/Supplements

Alfalfa and the Insulin Resistant Horse — The True Story

Alfalfa and the Insulin Resistant Horse — The True Story

Alfalfa can be an excellent addition to most horses' diets, even for those who are insulin resistant (IR). I often recommend feeding it because it boosts the overall protein quality of a... more »

Jan 26, 2016 by in Equine Health

Got A Website? Use Analytics to Make It Work Harder

Got A Website? Use Analytics to Make It Work Harder

With the technology available today, anyone can have a simple presence on the Internet that potential customers can find that lets them know who you are, where you are, what you do, and how to connect with you. more »

Jan 25, 2016 by in Stable Management

Deterrents for Cribbing Horses

Deterrents for Cribbing Horses

Traditionally, cribbing has been considered a stable vice. "We are moving away from this terminology. The behavior appears to have a physiological or psychological basis and is not merely the... more »

Jan 24, 2016 by in Equine Health

Doing Business on a Handshake, and a Prayer

Doing Business on a Handshake, and a Prayer

Wise sayings typically remain universally applicable throughout the ages. When tying up dangling ends on equine business transactions, no saying rings more true. The nail and shoe proverb describes circumstances where failure to take timely action... more »

Jan 23, 2016 by in Stable Management

Caring for Livestock During a Disaster

Caring for Livestock During a Disaster

In light of the heightened wildfire and weather-related disasters we have already seen this year, we are sharing a three-part reference series from Colorado State University Extension about preparing... more »

Jan 22, 2016 by in Barns/Grounds

 


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