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by Alayne Blickle | Oct 10, 2021
This portable and cost-effective barrier comes in handy when managing pastures, traveling with horses, and more.
by Nancy S. Loving, DVM | Oct 4, 2021
Autumn is the time for preventive horse health care and winterizing equine facilities. Read about eight important tasks to check off your list in this article from the October 2021 issue of The Horse.
by Clair Thunes, PhD | Jan 9, 2021
Our equine nutritionist offers tips and asks for your input on dealing with ice in horse watering tanks.
by Krishona Martinson, PhD, MS | May 8, 2020
Without a doubt, horses are hard on pastures. Equine forage researcher Krishona Martinson, PhD, MS, of the University of Minnesota, offers tips on helping an overgrazed pasture recover.
by Krishona Martinson, PhD, MS | Apr 25, 2020
Equine forage researcher Krishona Martinson, PhD, MS, of the University of Minnesota, explains when to mow a horse pasture and how long to let them grow.
by Pat Raia | Sep 9, 2019
Water is an essential nutrient for horses. Find out why it’s important to keep your horses’ water sources clean and common challenges horse owners face.
by Alayne Blickle | May 1, 2019
Keep dust to a minimum in arenas, barns, and paddocks for both aesthetic and health reasons.
by Diane E. Rice | Dec 3, 2018
Remember these three simple things to help your horse maintain his weight and health this winter.
by University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment | Oct 27, 2018
Cost-sharing programs can cover 50% to 90% of the actual costs, allowing horse owners to invest in farm improvements that might otherwise be out of their budget.
by University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment | Sep 29, 2018
Fall is prime time to invest in pastures to protect them before and throughout the winter to ensure good grazing in the spring.
by Clair Thunes, PhD | Aug 6, 2018
Does your herd leader get too much to eat while the low man doesn’t get enough? Here’s our expert’s advice.
by Clair Thunes, PhD | Mar 5, 2018
In regions with mild climates, proper pasture management can allow horses to graze throughout the year.