The Smart Horse Keeping blog aims to provide practical advice for managing horses in a more environmentally friendly way, and on navigating difficult economic times as a hands-on horse owner. Our bloggers believe it’s possible to keep horses in an environmentally savvy way without breaking the bank!
Fall is a great time to renovate horse pastures and ready them for winter.
Can you pass Alayne’s test? Get advice for winterizing and making your horse property chore-efficient.
Use this checklist of fall horse property chores to better prepare yourself and your horses for the upcoming winter months.
Here’s a brief look at “green” horse keeping techniques you can implement on your farm this summer.
Here’s a non-toxic insect control approach that can work for anyone: Encourage insect-eating birds to move into your yards, pasture, and barn areas.
March and April mark the return of these little birds that play a big role in horse-property insect control.
Have you ever used genetic testing to research your horse’s ancestry? Find out how a DNA test offered Alayne some surprise answers to questions about her BLM mustang’s ancestry.
How do you maintain a good relationship with your nonhorsey neighbors?
Meet some of the competitors from the 2015 Extreme Mustang Makeover in Nampa, Idaho.
Trying to beat those weeds? Here’s a homemade herbicide recipe for tank sprayers or spray bottles that’s low in chemicals and caustic substances.