Appropriately managing high-traffic areas and pasture overgrowth can help improve your horse’s habitat and health.Read More
Hope Ellis-Ashburn, MS
Hope Ellis-Ashburn, MS, lives with her husband and daughter near Chattanooga, Tennessee, where the family raises Black Angus cattle and hay on her husband’s family’s farm, which has been in operation for over a century. She is a former Extension agent, a current high school teacher, and has owned horses for more than thirty years. She currently owns a half-Arabian mare named Sally. She began writing freelance articles three years ago, authored The Story of Kimbrook Arabians, and posts a range of horse-related content weekly on her blog, Red Horse on a Red Hill.
Articles by Hope Ellis-Ashburn, MS
Protect pastures by using rotational grazing and managing manure.Read More
Factors to consider include facility design, rotational grazing, recommended seeding practices, and toxic weeds.Read More
If your pastures are lacking in quality grasses, review these steps for renovating and improving grazing areas.Read More
In Part 1 of our series, learn which grasses commonly populate healthy horse pastures.Read More