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How To Treat Mud Fever

  Mud Fever is very common in horses that live and work in wet or damp conditions. It is most common during the winter months through early spring when we get the most amount of rain and wet weather. It is a bacterial fungus that attacks your horse’s heel, pasterns and can also move up […]

Homemade Horse Cookies

  Is it too wet to go outside and ride? Why not make some yummy homemade horse cookies for your next barn visit. Ingredients – Crushed Peppermints 2 cups Flour 2 Carrots or Apples 1 cup Oats ¼ cup Molasses ½ cup Water   Directions – Pre heat oven to 350 degrees Mix Flour and […]