Since spring and early summer are the key times to hire additional employees, Stable Management brought you a series of nine articles to help you find, evaluate, interview and hire the right employee for the job.
If you own or manage a horse farm or riding stable, or if you are a riding instructor, please take the time to give your opinions on Stable Management's 2018 Fees Survey.
Cash flow is all the money that comes in and goes out of your business. How you manage your cash flow can determine if your business is successful. There are things you can do to improve your profitability.
...with apologies to Clement Clark Moore, author of Twas the Night Before Christmas.
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.
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.
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?
If you have some empty stalls or paddocks that you want to fill with the right clients, then you definitely need to read this article.
The Kentucky State Veterinarian's office reported that results of testing performed and reported today by the University of Kentucky Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory has confirmed a diagnosis of West Nile virus (WNV) affecting a second Kentucky horse in 2017.
We would like to invite all horse farm and stable owners, managers, workers and riding instructors to take part in the sixth annual Stable Management Business Survey.
Do you let a little rain deter you from your plans? How do you deal with the rain? While we could be talking about the actual precipitation from the sky forcing you to change your plans, I’m using this as a metaphor about the small problems that always come up in an equine business.
Spring is here, school is almost out, and it is time to ramp up your stable for the summer crunch. That might mean hiring new or additional riding instructors. But how do you know where to find the right one who fits your program, whom you should hire, and how much (or how) you should pay that person?
Whether you have a one-person staff at your equine facility or you have multiple barns, clients, riding instructors, veterinarians and farriers, you need to have a plan for what to do if a person or service provider cannot perform their normal duties.
The AIM Equine Network is pleased to announce that its publication brands Dressage Today, EQUUS, Horse&Rider and Practical Horseman are Official Media and Education Partners of the US Equestrian Federation (US Equestrian).s
This is your last chance to share your opinions to help develop benchmarks for farms, stables and riding instructors.
With the technology available today, anyone can have a simple presence on the Internet that potential customers can find that lets them know who you are, where you are, what you do, and how to connect with you.