When natural disaster strikes, are you and your horses prepared?

Throughout the country, significant climate events are becoming more frequent. Not a day goes by lately that there isn’t news of some destructive flood, fire, hurricane, or tornado that wreaks devastation on all in its path. It is hard enough to get you and your family out of the way of an oncoming inferno, raging water, or tornado winds. But when you have horses, the stress of response is compounded. In this volume of Stable Management Extra, Nancy S. Loving, DVM, shares advanced-planning strategies for keeping your horses safe when disaster strikes.

  • What community resources are helpful in case of evacuation?
  • What preparations do you need to implement for your horses in the event of a natural disaster?
  • Providing feed, water, and first aid

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