Monthly Archives: June 2016

Summer on the Farm

This week:It’s summer and there are hot days.  Days when it’s nice to spend a little time in the barn away from the heat of the sun, but also with some breezes blowing through. Then again, sometimes the horses are … Continue reading

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The Swish of a Tail

It’s  summer and on horse farms all around the country that means one thing – Bugs.  And it feels like horses attract them all.  Or a good majority of them anyway. That’s why horses are so proud of their tails.  Or … Continue reading

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Princess in the Spring

In past posts, I’ve written about our horse Princess who is a Morgan/Saddlebred and is Laminitic.  She is laminitic because she is Insulin Resistant.  Every vet we have ever talked to has told us to keep her off grass.  We have … Continue reading

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