There is always more to do around a horse facility than there is time to do it. On top of the "gotta do that now" list is the ongoing maintenance needs of any farm or stable. We have collected three of the top articles on common maintenance problems for you.
Brooke USA’s Horse Heroes campaign is honoring the memory of those American war horses by raising funds to improve the welfare of working horses, donkeys, and mules around the world.
Here are tips on getting ready for snow and ice on your horse property.
A press release can go out to just your facility's users or clients, or it can be aimed at a wider audience. Here is a template to help you get your news out.
Consider the pros and cons of working and not working when about to retire. Also have a fallback strategy ready if you realize you need to go back to work.
Shorter days and colder temperatures can only mean one thing: Autumn has arrived, and winter is close behind. For horses, this means that the lush pasture they enjoyed munching on in the warm sunshine will now be replaced by hay.
It takes a small village to operate an equine-assisted activities and therapies facility. From providing basic care for the horses to helping with scheduled therapy sessions or completing special projects (putting up hay, fixing fences, building stalls), volunteers are central to a center’s success.
You have a great facility in a good location, nice pastures, amazing barn help, excellent vets, farriers, trainers and other service providers. With all that going for you, shouldn't word-of-mouth marketing be your best advertising tool?