Equine Barn & Stall Supplies

It’s important that a barn stays pest-free, clean, and tidy to ensure that your Equine companion(s) is(are) happy and comfortable. We know how tough it can be to provide your Equine friend(s) with this kind of barn cleanliness so that’s why our team of passionate Equestrians want to share these excellent products with you. From Insect Control to Mucking we got you covered!

The 4 Best Fly Masks for Horses

The 4 Best Fly Masks for Horses

In the hot, summer-rainfall climate where I run my stableyard, flies are a continual pest. With the yard being on the same property as a working dairy farm, our problem is worse than most; the pesky critters absolutely thrive in these conditions. But over the years...

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The Best Equine Barn Fly Tape Rolls

The Best Equine Barn Fly Tape Rolls

After applying over 20 tape rolls to various places around our horses (on sides of doors, on bug nets, on top of helmets etc) and over 2 months of research, we've concluded that the Best Equine Barn Fly Tape Roll that efficiently collects bugs is the Coburn Sticky...

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Do I need a Stall mat for my Horse?

Do I need a Stall mat for my Horse?

Do I need a Stall mat for my Horse?Have you ever heard the expression, “the foot makes the horse?” It is true in so many different ways, not the least of which is the comfort and footing usual to your horse. A horse’s body is a delicate and well-balanced machine, and...

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How Much Does It Cost to Shoe a Horse

How Much Does It Cost to Shoe a Horse

How much does it cost to Shoe a Horse?Whenever someone new is thinking of getting into horses and the experienced horse owners are describing expenses, there are always three big ones that remain consistent: feed, vet, and farrier. No domestic situation is sufficient...

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What to look for when buying a horse

What to look for when buying a horse

What To Look For When Buying A HorseWhen I was a little child, I found a length of rope that had no apparent purpose laying around my parents garden. I immediately claimed it as a lead rope for the horse I would one day own. I finally got my first horse when I was 25...

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Why Do Horses Need Shoes

Why Do Horses Need Shoes

Why Do Horses Need Shoes?Virtually every horse person knows the familiar sounds of horses - happy nickers, snorts, munching hay, and of course, the clippety-clop of horse hooves. As symbols of good luck, many believe that horseshoes belong with horses automatically....

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Signs of Colic In Horses

Signs of Colic In Horses

Signs of Colic ArticleColic is every horse owner´s nightmare and when it rears its ugly head it´s a stressful time for horse and owner. Colic is actually a catch-all term for abdominal discomfort and it has many causes that range in severity and causes. It´s important...

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Cushings in Horses

Cushings in Horses

Cushing’s Disease In HorsesWho doesn’t love the image of a cute, fuzzy pony relaxing in the middle of a field? While ponies in general are furrier than horses, an older furry pony may not be the picture of idyllic adorableness you might expect. Sometimes this can be a...

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