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Should you Get a Goat?

The price for an equine of all ages, breeds and sizes continues to climb. Adding one to your family as a companion for your horse also doubles all your equine expenses. An alternative is to pick another species to be … Continue reading

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Can You Recognize Muscular Performance Issues?

There is no missing it when a horse ties up, or even has a severe localized muscle injury, but generalized muscular dysfunction is more difficult to recognize and can cause significant pain, poor performance, gait and/or behavioral issues. Sustained daily … Continue reading

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Stallion Handlers Should Be Moms

Some mom skills come in really handy – like sensing when things are too quiet and having eyes in the back of your head.  In many ways stallions are like overgrown kids. This is not to make light of interacting … Continue reading

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Opinions

There’s a saying that opinions are like noses – everybody has one.  Not very respectful but not a bad place to start in evaluating opinions, including our own. Another good one is that the right to have an opinion does … Continue reading

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Every Horse Deserves to be Happy

Try to think back to your earliest memory of horses, when you were a kid.  If you could have any type of horse picture you liked on your wall back then, what would it be?  The Black Stallion?  A horse … Continue reading

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