Horses who are naturally lean, or senior animals who struggle to keep weight on, can benefit from careful feeding and management.
A recent review looked at how rising global temperatures and heavy rainfall are increasing grass growth, which can lead to obesity.
Once a groom to top show jumpers, Karen Leeming and her FootingFirst company continue to improve showgrounds across North America.
The Ontario Equine Education and Employment Program prepares students for horse-related jobs and encourages businesses to sign on with wage incentives.
The Ontario Equine Education and Employment Program is in its second year of preparing participants for equine jobs – for free.
What are the legal recourses for trainers and barn owners to protect themselves after a client leaves on bad terms?
The recent extreme cold snap has been difficult for horse owners; Cathy Inch at Foothills Farm shares how they handle the bitter temps.
Even though most items at 'dollar' stores cost more than a Loonie these days, you can still get a pretty sweet haul for not a lot of cash!
Information sheets and video help newbie haulers and experienced shippers alike understand hitch systems, ratings, and pre-trip inspections.
The innovative program is benefitting the industry by providing Ontario horse businesses with skilled staff and subsidized wages.