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Nicky Ellis

Getting Started With These 23 Horse Barn Safety Rules

There are all kinds of horse barns from a very simple run-in shed to luxurious stables. No matter what kind of horse barn you have, it’s important to understand that safety is of the utmost importance to both the inhabitants of the barn and the people who visit and work in it. In this article,

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Nicky Ellis

Tips For Successful Horse Pasture Management On Small Acreage

Horses are intended to eat grass, so it’s only natural that many horse owners want to provide a great deal of their horses nourishment from grazing. Can your horse get a significant amount of nutrition from grazing on a small plot of land? With proper management you can provide ample grazing for your horses even

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how to keep horse water trough clean
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Nicky Ellis

How To Keep A Horse Water Trough Clean

Clean water is essential for all living beings, and horses need a great deal of clean water. How can you keep your horse trough clean? In this article, we share important tips to help you provide your horse with plenty of clean water easily. Read on to learn more. How Much Clean Water Does A

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how to make an electric fence with a car battery
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Nicky Ellis

How To Power An Electric Fence Using Car Batteries

Electric fence (like these here) is a good thing to have to keep your horses, livestock and wild pests out of crops and other off-limits areas. You can certainly use solar fence chargers; however, one easy way to keep your electric fence charged is to hook it up with to 12V car batteries in a

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can a farrier cause laminitis
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Suzanne Bennett

Can A Farrier Cause Laminitis?

Bad farrier work can certainly injure your horse’s hooves, and that’s why it’s important to only engage the services of a well-trained, qualified farrier who is certified by an accredited institution. Laminitis is a painful hoof disease that can cripple a horse. It is caused by a number of factors, but none of them are

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washing a horse
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Suzanne Bennett

What You Need To Know About Washing A Horse

One of the first things you need to know about washing a horse is that it’s almost never necessary. Even if your horse is covered with mud, it is preferable to wait until it dries and give him a good brushing than to wash him. If you are going to wash your horse, you should

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