Make sure that neighbors know that you are doing all that you can to run your equine business while being a good neighbor.
Consider how your horses can be trained and used for community education and introducing people to horses.
Communication is key to minimizing problems with a horse farm's non-horse neighbors.
Making an effort to educate non-horse neighbors can go a long way in alleviating tensions over muck on the roads and shared pathways.
Here are four tips to make your word-of-mouth marketing efforts grow this year.
Older women and younger girls make up the bulk of the equine industry, and each has its own peculiar set of challenges.
Social media certainly isn’t a guarantee your barn will be full, but it is an important method for reaching out to existing and new clients.
Interviews are opportunities to share your story, promote your business and create a positive atmosphere for the larger industry.
Horse facilities and equine experts can give back to the industry and community in many ways.