Time-tested tips to keep your farm, horses, and equipment in top shape during the winter months.
As the vibrant colors of autumn fade into winter pale, we find ourselves readying our barns, equipment, and horses for challenging weather. Randy Eubanks, owner and manager of Green Tree Equine Facility in Longmont, Colorado, where he cares for 100 head of horses, is fond of saying, “Be prepared and have equipment and plans ready rather than having to react to a sudden situation.”
Eubanks and Liz Scott, DVM, of Idaho Equine Hospital in Nampa, share with us
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