Horse Barn Accessories Articles, Horse Tack Articles
3-Spring Fence Projects You Can Plan Now
by Karen Elizabeth Baril for Ramm Horse Fencing and Stalls
As farm owners, we’re expected to know what type of fencing we need for our unique situation. Paddocks or fields near busy roads, for instance, dictate secure and solid fencing; electric rope
or tape is not enough. Other considerations include gender (stallions versus mares and foals), age, and even temperament.
Get Organized! Tips for Keeping the Barn and Tack Room Tidy
A recent study showed that clutter triggers a stress
response in humans.
Article for Ramm Horse Fencing and Stalls by Karen Elizabeth Baril
Keep Your Horse Hydrated in Every Season
We know that fresh, clean water is essential to our horse’s well
-being. In fact, water is the foundation of our nutrition plan.
Article by Karen Elizabeth Baril for Ramm Horse Fencing and Stalls
How To Have Better Communication With Your Horse
Whether you are just starting out or are a well-seasoned rider, taking regularly scheduled lessons with an experience trainer can help you step up your game.
Article from CEECOACH®
Jumping Tips for Western Riders
Are you a western rider who might want to play around with jumping? Maybe you are an avid back country trail rider, or a mountain trail competitive rider, both of whom
need to be able to hop over a log, narrow creek or bale of straw safely. Article by Desiree Johnson for Smooth Stride Riding Jeans
The BEST Fan for Horse Stalls
Most fans seen in barns are absolutely NOT designed to be in a barn (or any agricultural setting). So what is the big difference in fans? Here are a few of the crucial
differences between fans made for residential use versus agricultural use.
Article by Christy Schulthess for RAMM Horse Fencing & Stalls
Pasture Management and Manure Management for Horse Owners!
Keeping pastures healthy keeps your horses
healthier, reduces your feed bills, reduces your physical labor and reduces the time away from your horses.
Article from Super Scooper by Red Barn Products, LLC
Tips for Planning Fence Layouts
A well-planned fence layout is not only beautiful and easy to maintain,
but it’s also a real step-saver when doing barn chore
Article from Ramm Stalls and Horse Fencing by Karen Elizabeth Baril
Native Americans Create Horse Tack: Pine Ridge Reservation
It has taken four years for me to secure reliable artists who can find their way up out of the oppression.
Article by Elaine Castelao for ThinLine Tack.
Common Questions on Metal Horse Barns
Metal barns do not need to be repainted or re-stained every couple of years and are not susceptible to warping, cracking, rotting, mold, infestations, and other issues commonly occurring
with wood structure
Article from Carport Central Barns
Choose the Right Electric Horse Fence for the
Electric fencing is one of the most effective methods of keeping horses safely in their paddocks or fields. Article by Karen Elizabeth Baril for RAMM Stalls & Horse Fencing
How to make your horse happy!!
We all want a happy horse, but how do you accomplish that? Toys and ice cream work great for kids. New cars work great for adults. But what event in
your horses’ life creates this same emotion?
The answer is FOOD.
Article from Equine Automation Automatic Feed Dispenser
Horse Pasture Planning and Design
Perhaps one of the most daunting tasks facing a new property owner planning to construct a new equestrian facility is the planning and layout of the property!
Article by Thomas L. Croce, Architects
The Value of Using Elastic Kinesiology Tape in Equine
Training Programs by Dr. Bev Gordon
Elastic kinesiology taping has been popular in human athletics for many years, but its popularity has been markedly on the
rise since the 2012 Summer Olympics, where many Olympians were seen wearing it during their competitions. Its proven success has led forward-thinking equine professionals
to consider its use in equine health care and training programs, where they are witnessing firsthand its clinical benefits.
What is the Best Saddle Pad Blanket for your horse?
Answer the question: Is your horse so much more comfortable in his back that he can perform better and happier?
Article by ThinlineGlobal
Advantages of HTP Rail Horse Fencing
Having good horse fencing is part of responsible horse ownership!
Article from Redstone Supply Horse Fencing and Farm Products
Is Betting on the Races a Skill or Luck
Horse Racing is an exciting event for both horse
, rider and the audience observing. Who didn’t thrill to watching Secretariat, Seabiscuit, and more recently California Chrome
How to Fit a Bitless Sidepull Bridle
We are proud to work with Justin Dunn of Justin Dunn Mustang Horsemanship -
Justin's own words- "The typical question from my clients is, "What bit
should I use?" My response is "Why do you want a bit?"
Article by Buckaroo Leather
The Australian Saddle, The Aussie Difference
Of the three major saddle types; Western, English, and
Australian, the Australian saddle is probably the least well known. However, for trail riding, endurance riding or ranch work, the Australian saddle is an excellent choice.
by Mike Bergin, President Down Under Saddle Supply
Choose the Right Stall System - If you've priced stall systems, you know they represent a substantial capital
investment for any farm. Whether your personal style leans towards a rich Tuscany look, the curvy lines of the British royal stable or a more standard look--- be sure to do your
homework before you take out your checkbook.
Article from Ramm Stalls & Horse Fencing
Controlling Dust for Healthy Horse Respiratory System
Health of the Equine Respiratory System, Create a healthy Arena
Article by Teri Clark for ArenaClear.com
Horse Fencing 101
One could probably teach or take a semester long
course on fencing. There are nearly as many types and brands of fences as there are breeds of horses. It is my intention in this brief article to touch on a few of
the more popular types and offer the pros and cons of each.
Article by WindRiver Fence
Protective and Supportive Leg Equipment for Your Horse
Advantages of Bell Boots and Leg
Wraps For Horses- Some horses, no matter how light their workload, are prone to over-reaching, forging, or interfering and injuring themselves. Article by ThinLineGlobal
Best Feeder For Horse Stalls
Horses are grazers. They are designed to take in small meals all day long. To understand slow feeding we need to understand how a horse is programmed to eat vs. how we would like them to eat.
Featured Horse Product Article from
Pro Panel 3 in 1 Horse Feeder
Choosing Materials for Affordable Horse Stalls
Advantages of Aluminum Components for Horse Stalls that Look Great and Last!
Article from Armour Companies
Horse Trailer Tire Safety When trailering horses, the condition of your tires is of prime concern.
Article from L&S Safety Solutions
Horse Trailer Cameras Do I really need a trailer camera to monitor my horses while driving? Article
from Trailer Eyes
Keeping Horses Warm in Winter
When winter winds begin to blow and snow starts to fly, many horse owners jump to bundle their babies into their heaviest blankets and batten down the hatches so their horses stay nice
and warm in the barn. But although a snug stall and warm rug sound great to us, they’re actually contrary to what’s healthiest for most horses during the cold months. Article from Big Ass Fans
Trail Riding Safety
We all know that horseback riding can be a dangerous recreation. This is how do to minimize the risks!
Mike Bergin, Down Under Saddle Supply
Preventing Heat Stress in Horses
Modern horses evolved in some of the world’s hottest areas, but over the centuries they’ve been bred to survive and excel in colder
climates, while our intensive management strategies have simultaneously removed their natural coping mechanisms.
Article from Big Ass Fans
Affordable Horse Stalls
Every horse owner has an idea of how he or she would like his or her horse to live. Nothing is too good for their prized possession…
until that word, “budget” enters into the discussion.
by Woodstar Products, Inc.
Easy Livestock Record Keeping
Livestock record keeping is even more important today than ever
before. Livestock record keeping provides historical data that is essential in showing how well animals are cared for, shows good management and financial health.
By Lion Edge Technologies – Ranch Manager Software
Permanent identification for horses has always been an important element in theft prevention. However, once a horse is stolen or
reported missing, the traditional methods of ID fall short as a means of getting the horse back.
From eyeD Iris Scan Technology for Horses
Winter Horse Riding and Winter Horse Care Tips
Helping Horse Owners Take the Bite out of Winter by Jamie Sturgess, Inventor and President of Bit Blanket, Inc.
Just because it's cold, that doesn't mean it is time to hibernate!
Quality, Affordable Arena Werks Drags
For over 22 years, Arena Werks owner and founder, Randy
Snodgress of Joshua, Texas, has invested his life building quality arena grooming equipment.
Article from Snodgress Equipment and arenawerks.com
Toys for Horses Create A Stimulating Environment For Both Horse and Rider
There are many principles involved in supporting your horse in mind, body and spirit.
By Lisa Ross-Williams
Equi-Spirit Balls by Equi-Spirit Toys & Tools
Debunking Automatic Waterer Myths
Being in business for 90 years has allowed us to hear and understand what
customers and other watering companies are saying about automatic waterers. Below is a collection of the most popular automatic waterer myths and truths of 2011.
Article from Ritchie Industries Inc.
Selecting a Horse Stall Manufacturer for Your Dream Barn
When building your dream barn, selecting a horse stall manufacturer can be difficult. It is good to choose one with a variety of stall and barn products. By Armour Companies
Better Horse Stall Ventilation by Design
There is a standing argument that the best place for the horse to live is “Outside”. When air quality is considered, it is difficult to argue
against that point. Having said that, there are many good reasons to stall your horse.
By Michael Sullivan, Woodstar Products, Inc.
How to Choose the Right Horse Automatic Watering System
Automatic livestock watering systems have been around since the
1920’s but have evolved tremendously.
Article from Ritchie Waterers
Affordable Horse Arena Footing
by Footing First, Official Manufacturer, Supplier, and Installer
of the Arena Footing for The National Horse Show in NY!
Footing First, LLC
Stable Management System
The Six Steps To Sanity,
Finding Peace in a World of Paperwork
by Tim Hiebert - Sureshod Services, Inc.
Composting Horse Manure Rotary Composter By Sun State Organics, LLC
ATVs, the All Purpose Tool for Horse Owners by D.P. Goossens Country Manufacturing
Riding Jeans Vs Regular Jeans, What’s the Difference? by The Horsewoman Spirit
How to Bathe Your Horse By Jill Mari Embry inventor of The Magician Curry Wash
Horse Cooling Equine Facilities: Two Problems, One Solution Big Ass Fans
Automatic Horse Waterers or The Bucket – What Do You Do? by Dave Anderson
Choosing The Right Utility Vehicle for Your Horse Property from Bobcat©
Is Your Stall Safe? By D. P. Goossens, Country Manufacturing, Inc.
Better Ventilation for Better Stalls and Barns by Armour Gates Inc.
Providing Year-Round Comfort for Your Horses
More Horse Tack Articles
‘ON-THE-BIT’: A Misleading and Mischievous Phrase
The phrase ‘on the bit’ is misinterpreted by many dressage enthusiasts who compete under FEI rules. As a result, they use the bit to achieve a certain frame
and fail to realize that this is not collection. Robert Cook FRCVS, PhD article from The Bitless Bridle
Advantages of Wool for Horse Tack by Mike Easton 5 Star Equine Products
Saddle Pad Choice, The Saddle Pad Dilemma by ThinLine Inc. Saddle Pads
Fitting your Horse’s Bit, Resisting vs. Responding: Could It Be The Bit? By Kim Newell
EquiPedic, Inc. A Revolutionary Approach to Resolving Saddle Fit and Equine Comfort Issues.
No More Back Pain for Horse or Rider article by Thinline Inc.
MicroChips for Horses Getting your horse back. by AVID® The MicroChip Company
Leather Care Articles
Buckaroo Leather Uses Quality USA Raised & Cured Cowhides
and How to Care for Your Leather Tack
There are four stages in leather care: cleaning, conditioning,
polishing, and protection.
by Buckaroo Leather
Sweat and Leather Don’t Mix
Inhibiting Mold and Mildew
Fly Control Articles
Bee Protection and Bee Sting Treatment for Horse and Rider
Flies are bad for Horses! by Auto Mist Insect Control System
Hoof Care Articles
How Equine Massage Can Benefit Your Horse
Seeing a Man about a Horse Massager Product Article By Chelsea Lindemann HorseMassagers.com
The Science Behind Modern Hoof Sealants! by Dr. M. J. Pautienis and Dr. Richard Shakalis
Technology for Humans, Now Used To Repair Hooves By Ron Perszewski
Laminitis & Founder Prevention and Treatment for the Greatest Chance of Success Doug Butler
Hoof Health, Hoof Conformation for Horse Owners Monique Craig from EponaShoe
Founder Treatment by Monique Craig
The Soaking Boot Veterinarian-approved alternative to treating the #1 cause of lameness.
The Long Heels Myth from Vettec Hoof Care Products
The Horse named “United Steele” Hoof History and Hoof-it II Pads By Cyndee Pryor
Using the Easyboot Bare on a Barefoot Horse for Trail or Endurance Riding by Karen Chaton
GREEN Rubber Stall Mats by Mick Johnson – Humane Manufacturing Co., LLC
Installing Rubber Stall Mats For Your Horse Stalls? by Tonia Frenzel, Humane Manufacturing
Why Should You Consider Rubber Stall Mats for YOUR Horse’s Stall?
Caring For Your Horse Pasture and Paddock by Nature’s Lawn
Fear ends where knowledge begins.
Responsibility- When we slip a halter on a horse then we are accepting responsibility for the horse. This includes their safety, their manners, their training as good equine citizens.
Horses are always horses, their instincts will determine their reactions to the outside world without our patient training.
When we accept the horse ownership responsibility we must
patiently teach the horse to live in our world. The horse didn't put a halter on himself...
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