There are several factors that determine if a horse needs grain, such as workload, age. breed, even the time of year. While some horses will need grain to meet their dietary needs, many horses with high quality pasture won’t need grain at all.
A goat can be an ideal companion for a horse, providing company and preventing boredom and loneliness. Introducing your horse to a goat takes planning and management, but can be an ideal arrangement.
The western saddle is designed for ranch work and long hours in the saddle. Not only does it have to be comfortable yet robust, each part of the western saddle has an important function.
Horse ownership does come with a need for land, but how much land can vary depending on your location, your type of horses, etc. While a minimum of 2 acres per horse is considered the standard, you may need more or you may even be able to manage on a little less.
A Paddock Paradise is an innovative way to create a natural, healthy lifestyle for your horse, even with limited space. The design encourages natural movement and behaviors that benefit your horse’s physical and psychological health.