Looking for another profit center? How about a tack shop at your farm or equine facility?
Rein in rising expenses with these money-saving strategies.
Glean tips on creating an office that's best for your horse business.
Don't let chilly temps and snowy ground keep you, your students and your horses from staying fit and having fun.
Tips for picking a farm vet and farrier you can count on.
Discover the benefits of this emerging technology for healing difficult tissue and bone injuries.
See how one farm is tackling its fly population by bringing in more flies. Can fly parasites work for you?
When it comes to what happens under your barn roof, how much say do you have... and how much should you have?
Some more advice for the time-poor barn owner or trainer.
Colic is a leading cause of death for horses. Here’s a refresher on dealing with this unpredictable illness.
Mix a little play time with riding lessons to challenge your students.
You can only put in so many 80-hour weeks before you need a break. Taking time off away from the farm can rejuvenate and re-energize you.
Working students are common in the equine world. Here's how some barn owners make the most of their programs, benefitting both the barns and the students.
School is almost out which means you will likely see more kids around the farm. Teaching them to ride can be a challenge.
If you want to try your hand at schooling shows this summer, now is the time to start.
What you should know about bone chips and your horses.
As the saying goes, "It's the little things that count. In the horse world, those are words to live by when it comes to keeping clients happy.
When it comes to breeding, the science community is constantly looking for new ways to better the process. Here's what they have come up with.
If you have a barn where different disciplines share the same space, keeping the peace can be a challenge. Some barns have found ways to keep everyone happy.
Successful barns understand that an atmosphere of fun and camaraderie is as important as good training and clean stalls.
Controlling the fly population at any barn is an annual battle. And with new fly-born diseases, it's more critical than ever.
There can be many unknowns in the world of artificial insemination, but there are a few rules of thumb to ensure the best possible threat.
When it comes time to move on, here are a few tips to get the most for your equestrian property. And, some tips on buying, too.
The Horse Industry Alliance hyped the debut of its Saddle Up America campaign through equine and mainstream avenues—but did the program pay off?
For barn owners, Farm Bureau offers many benefits, from cheaper insurance rates to help with legislative issues. Plus, 60 Minutes accusations answered.
The American Quarter Horse Association is the largest single-breed organization, with programs and events to please every member, including the professional.