The following situation comes from Joanna Russell, a Nutrena sales representative, who enjoys riding eventers and show jumpers.
My father grew up on a farm with cattle and horses, he could back a truck and loaded trailer well before he had a driver’s license. My mother was a registered nurse who took a few years off in her career to drive a semi. Driving a truck and horse trailer is a skill I started learning
Spring is here! Now is a great time to check our equine companions and make sure they are as prepared for the change in weather as we are.
Regardless of the care your horse has been given this past winter, a spring prep inspection is definitely required as spring brings its own set of issues. Vetericyn has put together a list of 8 areas to start with.
Vaccinations can help protect your horse from several diseases, such as West Nile Virus. Which like some other diseases can be transmitted by insects that are more active in warm weather. Other di