Cheap and Quick Stall Cleaning

People who work on large training and show farms have a big job when it comes to cleaning stalls. But they also have help in the way of specialized equipment to lighten their loads. Even if you only

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Horse First Aid Kit

It's difficult enough to keep your wits about you when dealing with an emergency or injury. It's all but impossible if you're frantically searching for supplies or-worse yet-you don't

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Build a Horse Saddle Stand for Hauling Horse Saddles

Build a simple horse saddle stand designed specifically for hauling horse saddles around in the back of a sport utility or pickup. The project uses all pre-cut lumber (the example is made of an inexpensive poplar), keeping power-tool use down

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Automatic Waterers Provide Fresh Water For Your Horse

Drink Up Check your automatic waterer daily to be sure it's working properly. Evaluate your horse, too, so you know he's getting enough water. Install the

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Utility Vehicles for Horse Ranches

It might be called a crossbred, the combination of an all-terrain vehicle and a tractor. Some may even call it a golf-cart spin-off. However it came to be, the utility vehicle-or UV-is definitely

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Tractor Buying Simplified For Your Horse Ranch

  The right utility tractor can lighten your load, tackle multiple tasks on your small horse ranch, and quickly become the hardest worker in your barn. With the capability to mow, tow, lift,

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Take Tractor Safety Seriously

We tend to take tractors for granted, easily forgetting that these farm necessities have the potential to be dangerous, especially when operated by an inexperienced driver. Many tractor-related accidents

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Horse Ranch Tractor Equipment

When purchasing horse ranch farm tractor equipment, figure on trading money for time. The more you can spend, the bigger tractor equipment you can get and the less time you spend using the stuff.

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Clipper Care

  You've just put the bridle on your horse and noticed that his bridle path could use a trim - and by the way so could the whiskers on his chin and maybe his fetlocks while you're at

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Understand Tractor Options, Features

Looking for a tractor to make short work of barn chores? Sometimes the features and options can be confusing. Read on for some lessons in tractor vocabulary. Excerpted from an article by Jennifer Corkery in Horse & Rider magazine.

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Hand-Knot a Hay Net for Your Horse

Turn baling twine into a hay net in under 30 minutes. From the editors of Horse & Rider.

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Pros and Cons of Automatic Horse Waterers

Before you get rid of your buckets, consider the pros and cons of automatic horse waterers. By Christine Barakat for EQUUS magazine.

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Classic Equine by Ritchie

The industry leaders in horse products and watering have teamed up to bring you a fresh idea on watering. Classic Equine knows horses and horse people. Ritchie invented...

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