Horse owners sometimes have to make adjustments to their equines diet when winter arrives. There are a few things you definitely need to consider when planning for the colder weather.
When I lost my dog Hank, the American Bulldog to old age I waited a few months before starting to think about bringing another dog to my home.
We have a great informational guest blog post by Veterinarian Dr. Cliff Miller of Greenhills Vet Clinic in Moberly, MO. If you want your horse to stay healthy and happy follow Dr. Miller's tips on regular dental care.
Our previous guest blogger, Laura Smith, has written another article about the sport of Cowboy Mounted Shooting. This time she writes about the special equipment they use. Looks like fun!
This article is about freeze branding and the family that offers custom made brands from right here in the Midwest. Laura Smith and her husband Travis own the business and she tells the story below.
With the new year always comes resolutions. They come in as many shapes and sizes as the people who make them. They also seem to last for various periods of time and have a thread of seriousness that is usually unraveling to non-existence by ground hog day.
This story of Laura and Diesel is one that many folks are following. Even though this is part three and intended to be the final chapter of Diesel's training blog series I have a feeling those same folks will be expecting to see an update by the end of the next competition season! Click here to read Part one and Part two.
I'm excited to bring you this guest blog post from Dave Recker a local gentleman who is what some would say a "Mule Expert". He doesn't call himself that but he certainly knows more about training mules than anyone I've met. Lucky for us he has a passion to share that knowledge.