Here are some tips on how to organize a barn sale of that excess horse "stuff" to either garner a little extra money, or at the very least get rid of the clutter!
Here are a few tips to get the horses in your care back into shape this spring.
When it comes to manure management, composting can be a revenue-producing option. Here’s how one farm got into the game.
Survey after survey shows that manure management is one of the biggest concerns for equestrian operations. Here are a few ideas to manage those piles.
There never seems to be enough space in a barn, which certainly holds true when it comes to hay and shavings. Here are few great ideas.
With land at a premium, taking care of the pasture you have is more important than ever.
If your pastures are looking a little worn, perhaps a reseeding will help.
Cloning has far-reaching implications for all involved in the equine industry.
There are few things more unpleasant for you, your clients and your horses than a dusty arena. Here are a few solutions.
See how this stallion station does business.
Here's how one farm got together with the local fire department to ensure that, in an emergency, their horses had a fighting chance.
As breeding season approaches, stallion marketing goes into full swing. What are the best ways to show off your horse's potential?
Firing up the fans during the winter months can help keep the barn warmer.
If you run a boarding facility, not only do you want to keep the horses comfortable, but your human clients, as well. Here are some ideas.
Tips for maintaining physically and mentally fit school horses.
If you have horses, you likely have some rodents nearby looking for a free meal. Here's how to keep your barn pest-free.
After a long winter, everyone is out of shape. Here's how to whip the horses and the barn back into peak condition.
To make sure that your horses get the most out of their grain, play close attention to storage.
Punching a hole through those stall walls and installing windows and dutch doors has many benefits including better light, more ventilation and a safe exit.
Replacing those beat-up stalls may attract more clients, provide a safer place for the horses and require less maintenance.
As winter approaches, plan ahead on dealing with ice around the farm.
Barn owners discuss the rewards and risks of letting outside trainers in.
Beware of the electrical hazards around the farm.
Proper ventilation in a barn is a must. Here are a few ideas.
A look at how to protect your barn and your horses against one of nature's most destructive forces: lightning.
It's that time of the year again when the flies come out.
The time has come to build your own barn. If you're lucky, all your bases are covered so you can avoid costly mistakes.
For many of us, winter means breaking out the hammer to get rid of the ice in the water buckets. Here are a few handy solutions to avoid the ice.
The horses are shedding, which means spring is around the corner. Here are 10 steps for getting the barn whipped into shape.
There's little doubt that sprinkler systems do work, but how feasible are they for your barn?
If you find that you have extra equipment and supplies lying around the barn, why not organize a sale?
During the warmer months, where there's water, there's algae. What is the best way to battle it?
There is still no magic trick to make that manure pile disappear, but new methods are gaining favor.
A round-up of stall feeders, from the simplest to the technologically advanced.