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.
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.
Hold your horses and get ready for the second installment of Laura Smith's story of how she is training Diesel, her off-the-track Racehorse for Cowboy Mounted Shooting. You can read Part 1 of this story here.
This guest blog post is written by Laura Smith and tells the story of 2 kids that compete in the sport of Cowboy Mounted Shooting. Pretty exciting stuff! You can even experience this for yourself and meet these talented teenagers this Friday night at the Boone County Fair in Columbia Missouri.
Does your horse live in a pasture and you don't have the opportunity to spray him down with fly spray every day? Have ticks been a continual problem on your horse since February this year? I have the perfect solution that will put your mind at ease and help keep those pests away from your equine partner even when you are not there.
The cover of the Orscheln Farm and Home catalog is graced by a photo of Buddy the Appaloosa. He is a beautiful 16 yr old, 16H registered Appaloosa that's also gaited.
Did your mama ever tell you to put chicken poop on your chapped lips? That way you wouldn't be tempted to lick them. I found the answer to pleasing mama and keeping your lips from becoming chapped in the first place. It's called Chicken Poop lip junk, and if you read the fine print on the tube
it says, "contains no poop".