This in-depth look at putting weight on horses covers everything from ideal protein and calorie counts to measuring a horse's body weight.
Paying attention to demographic trends both within the equine industry and in your local community can help you make better business decisions.
Whether you are just starting out or a seasoned veteran, this look at how to break into the training business is educational and entertaining.
When it comes to buying equipment for the farm, is leasing a better option?
The supplement industry is caught between a rock and a hard place when it comes to regulation. But some manufacturers are doing something about it.
Your insurance may not be as comprehensive as you think. Here's how to find out.
Things every barn owner and manager should now about managing, and even preventing, human accidents around the farm.
Hiring the right barn manager can free up your time and help your operation become more successful. Here's how.
Does it make sense for you to refinance? It depends.
What better way to make a name for yourself than to become a judge? Here are the pros and cons.
If you are a trainer looking for a place to work out of or a barn owner with some extra space, see how the two can work together.
The feed supplier is not going to wait to get paid, so why should you? see how some operations keep their clients current.
A good advertising campaign can bring new clients knocking at your door.
Protecting the land we keep our horses on can not only prevent future development, but also save money on taxes.
From a flat tire to a more serious accident, here's what you need to know about staying safe on the road when traveling with horses.
Every industry is affected by trends and the horse world is no different. Keeping track of them can mean better business.
From half leasing your lesson ponies, to fractional renting of trail horses, many barns are earning anywhere from 10 to 50 percent of their income from leasing.
Whether just starting up or after years in the business, pulling together a business plan is not only smart business, it can keep you out of tax trouble.
You're young and business is doing great... why think about retirement? By planning now, your future will be even brighter.
As with most things in life, the first impression can be the most important. Here's how to make sure you put your best foot forward.
Sometimes a profitable business is based on how you charge and now how much. Here are some innovative ways to improve your bottom line.
There are now downsides to being an active member of your community—from goodwill and networking to tax relief and safer homes
The horse industry is notorious for its ups and downs when it comes to cash flow. Here are some tips for weathering the slow times.
This farm switched gears and went from a boarding barn to a lesson barn and the results have been highly profitable.
Horses aren't the only ones who need schedules. Businesses run more smoothly and can be more profitable with a little time management.
Who says you can't make money in horses? With some sound financial management and good planning, horse facilities can prosper.
Getting into the breeding business can be risky business. Done right, your stallion can preserve his legacy and add to your bottom line.