Consistency is key with inventory record keeping. Each item that is recorded into an inventory list must be identified.
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.
There is no shortage of credit cards from which a consumer can choose. Credit card promotions can be found everywhere from social media to brick and mortar institutions. According to Michigan State University Extension, analyzing your own payments and spending patterns will help you pick the right card for your lifestyles.
The nail and shoe proverb describes circumstances where failure to take timely action at a critical stage leads to logical but unforeseen and potentially disastrous results down the road. No better description exists for that situation where parties in the horse world enter into a verbal agreement without a mindful and deliberate process generating negotiated, written terms and conditions formalizing the transaction.
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.
When a new client approaches you and asks you to deliver your service to their horse(s), do you jump right in, provide services and assume you’ll be paid? Or, do you do a little investigative research into the financial stability of the client and his or her ability to pay?
In the spring of 2014 Nancy S. Loving, DVM, wrote a series of articles about the basics of managing a boarding farm, with some good tips for owners and managers no matter their years of experience. We have compiled some of the tips here along with links to the original articles for your convenience.
Spring has sprung. Even with longer hours of daylight, there’s never enough time to fit in all the work that needs to be done on a horse farm or stable. Try these five timesaver tips to get through your day more efficiently.
Are you planning a housing move, car purchase, landmark family celebration, dream vacation or education toward a better job? Commit to saving small amounts now to make it easier to fit into your spending plan.
The ground is thawing, the birds are chirping and the daylight hours are getting longer. Spring is the time to make repairs, freshen up the property and begin any new projects before summer arrives. We have 10 tips to help you get started.