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.
This successful program matches enthusiastic graduates with busy equine businesses, offering free training courses and attractive financial incentives.
What legal recourse does a barn owner have if a boarder falls behind in their payments ‒ or worse, disappears?
Research has caused a shift in how horse owners should deal with internal parasites to avoid resistance to dewormers.
On this Earth Day, learn how horses, land stewardship, and sustainability can live together in harmony from an ecological perspective.