Winter grooming can be a difficult and messy chore. Here are some tips from a professional.
Have you ever gotten your electric bill and nearly fainted at the shock? That can happen when cold weather and shorter days start increasing the demand on your lights, heaters and electricity use.
Injuries are common in stables and on farms—and a lot of those injuries take place right in the barn. In this article you’ll find 10 tips to take now to make your stalls and aisles safer for horses and humans alike.
By taking a close look at where energy savings could be hand, one Connecticut barn expects to cut its costs in half.
As lamenesses go, a popped splint is not the end of the world. But, as with most equine issues, how it's managed can be critical.
We rounded up 10 simple ideas from barns big and small that will help make your farm a more pleasant and unattractive place.
News from the front: Your deworming program may not be as good as you think.
Picking up a new lesson horse at an auction doesn't have to be a risky endeavor... if you know what you are doing.
When buying and selling weanlings, there are a few ways to assess future potential
What you need to know about this surprisingly common problem.
Camp isn't just for kids. Barns across the country are creating successful adult-only programs where adults can just be, well adults.
Five top breeders share tips on marketing young stock.
Don't let incoming horses spread infection in your barn.
Navigate the European horse market with advice from experts.
As websites become the most important marketing tool, knowing how to create and run them is more important than ever.
Is microchip identification right for your horses?
Do you have a client you'd love to lose? Here's some advice on how to proceed.
With Spring around the corner, so too is the disease-carrying insect population. Here's how to keep these potentially deadly bugs at bay.
It's every horse professional's nightmare—a disease that runs rampant through the barn. Here are some tips on minimizing exposure and risk.
Organized trail rides or hunter paces are a great way to get your clients together for a fun day. Here's how some experts organize the outing.
When it comes to setting your board rates, there are many things to consider.
Working with local agencies can help when disaster strikes.
Here a 10 tips to get the best photos of your horses.
Separate storage for hay makes sense.
Here are tips to make the most of your fields, pastures and paddocks.
Eye injuries in horses can be severe and hard to treat.
Guidelines keep everyone safe and happy when visitors come to your farm.
Your business is on display every time you host a show. Here's some advice that will help you make a good impression.
Imagine being able to identify the gene that causes tying up and other health issues in horses. That ability is right around the corner.
If you sell horses, you know the power of good sales video tape. And with the new digital technology on the market, anyone can produce a top-notch product.
There never seems to be enough time in the day to get everything done. Here are a few tips that may help.
With a little planning, there are ways to ensure that your barn will be more likely to avoid the devastating effects of a fire.
Composting those mounds of manure is good for the environment, good for business, and good for the bottom line.
Looking for great horse show award ideas? We've got a few for you.
While there is never a shortage of things that need to be done around the farm, here are 10 things that are critical in keeping your occupants safe.
Advice from clinician and instructor Susan Harris on teaching adult beginners.
Ever dream of a facility where it was just you and the horses? Retirement facilities are a great option.
When it comes to handling foals, some believe in intensive early training, while others prefer to wait. Who is right?