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Planting Native Plants in the Fall

For most of the country fall is the ideal time to plant all kinds of things from cool-season veggies, turf grasses and perennials to both evergreen...

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Read This Before You Buy Your First Horse

Too many first-time horse owners select a horse that isn't right for them. Eventually, they get frustrated and give up on horses altogether, forever...

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I Bought a Lame Horse: Now What?

As an attorney, I frequently help unhappy horse buyers decide whether they have a viable legal case against the seller, and if they do, whether I'm...

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The Horses Aren’t All Right (Or Maybe It’s the Humans)

In what outwardly appears to be unrelated incidents, two horses revealed their independent sides this summer, rebelling against the rules of society....

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Trail Riding Safety for Hunting Season

During my 20-plus years in Washington state, I lived adjacent to beautiful woods and trails where we rode year around. Those woods were...

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Overseeing Supplements

Navigating the world of supplements for horses can sometimes seem like exploring uncharted territory. But you don’t have to be a seasoned...

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The Fruits of Adoption

In 2006, 12 prominent individuals in Kentucky’s horse industry recognized that the region needed an all-breed equine rescue. Thus, they established...

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Florida EHV-1 Outbreak Recap

The equine herpesvirus (EHV) cases diagnosed in Ocala, Fla., in February and March of this year remind us of the importance of biosecurity...

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The Sign Didn’t Say ‘No Horses’

I’m sure you've been there a time or two--you just got done spending a long, hot day at a horse show (or trail ride) and you want to partake in...

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Castration as a Solution?

The plight of the unwanted horse may be the most important horse issue of the 21st century. Estimates suggest that 100,000 horses per year become...

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