As a responsible horse owner, you have dozens of choices to make every month: What kind of forage is best? Should you give supplements? Should you trade in your horse’s metal shoes for boots, and if so, what kind?
It can be overwhelming, but we want you to know that you’re not alone: You have Horse Journal at your fingertips, saving you both time and money.
Everything you could want to know about horse products, research or care for your horse can be found at www.horse-journal.com. All of those Horse Journal print articles that you relied on can now be found online, as well as a whole new wealth of information.
We took the best of what you love about Horse Journal and enhanced it by going digital. Not only does this save more trees, it also saves you money because you’ll be getting more content than ever before, thanks to the infinite space of the Internet.
At www.horse-journal.com, you’ll find more articles on:
- Research and recommendations on horse products
- The latest on equine veterinary treatments
- Innovative ways to save money while giving your horse the best possible care
With Horse Journal’s team of reputable experts conducting field research, you don’t have to learn by trial and error which products are best for you and your horse. Let us do the work—all you do is sign up for our virtual horse library, available to you on your smart phone, tablet or computer.
Simply go to www.horse-journal.com and register at the upper-right hand corner of the screen for access. Sign up for the Newsletter, too (right hand column or top menu link), as we will notify you of new articles posted to the site via the newsletter. If you do Facebook or Twitter and follow Horse Journal, you can receive notifications of a new article the day it is posted.
Not familiar with us? Horse Journal provides practical solutions and hands-on information on just about every equine-related topic. Horse Journal works to make bottom-line, cost-saving recommendations with a back-to-the-basics focus that we believe best serves our readers. Your interests are the same as ours, because we own horses, too!
And since Horse Journal does not accept commercial advertising, we are solely subscriber supported. So if you haven’t previously done so, please go to www.horse-journal.com and register do you don’t miss a thing on the latest in horse care and horse products.
Here’s a sample of the articles up there right now:
- We Recommend These Massage Products (http://horse-journal.com/article/we-recommend-these-massage-products-6509) Some of the massage products for horses are pricey. Are they worth it?
- Thrush: Trouble in the Grooves of the Hooves (http://horse-journal.com/article/thrush-trouble-grooves-hooves-12825) Veterinarian Grant Miller weighs in on the best way to treat these nasty infections.
- Barn Surveillance: Know What’s Out There (http://horse-journal.com/article/barn-surveillance-whats-14722) How protected is your barn from theft or vandalism? Horse Journal looks at the products out there that could help you feel safer.
Take care of your horse in the best and most economical way possible—with the experts at Horse Journal. Log on today at www.horse-journal.com, and let the savings begin!
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The Equine Network provides, creates, and distributes relevant content and services to passionate horse enthusiasts while connecting them to each other and the marketplace. The Equine Network is the publisher of award-winning magazines: Horse&Rider, EQUUS, Dressage Today, The Trail Rider, Spin to Win Rodeo, American Cowboy andPractical Horseman. The Equine Network also publishes a proprietary line of books and DVDs for sale through its store, HorseBooksEtc.com. The Equine Network provides emergency roadside assistance through its recent acquisition of USRider, and is home to several websites including: EquiSearch.com, Equine.com, MyHorseDaily.com, DiscoverHorses.com, AmericanCowboy.com, and Horse-Journal.com.