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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Horse Nosebleeds: Causes, Treatment, and Prevention

Horse Nosebleeds: Causes, Treatment, and Prevention

Horse owners and riders may be familiar with the sight of a horse experiencing a nosebleed, also known as epistaxis. While a nosebleed can be alarming, it is not always a cause for concern. In this article, we will discuss the causes, treatment, and prevention of...

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Stretching a Mesh Field Fence

Stretching a Mesh Field Fence

If you have a mesh field fence, it's important to keep it in good repair to ensure the safety and security of your horse. Here are some tips for stretching a mesh field fence and preventing your horse from damaging it: Increase the tension on the fence: If your mesh...

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Converting Watts to Horsepower.

Converting Watts to Horsepower.

Horsepower is a unit of power used to measure the strength or output of a horse, engine, or other mechanical device. It is often abbreviated as "hp" and is typically used to describe the power of engines or motors, such as in automobiles or generators. To convert...

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Why Do Horses Smile?

Why Do Horses Smile?

Horses are known for their expressive faces and body language, and it's not uncommon for people to interpret their facial expressions as smiling. However, it's important to remember that horses do not smile in the same way that humans do. There are several theories...

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What is a Baroque Saddle?

What is a Baroque Saddle?

The baroque saddle is a type of saddle that was popular during the Baroque period in Europe, from the 17th to the early 18th century. These saddles were designed to be comfortable for both the rider and the horse, and they were often decorated with intricate designs...

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Best Horse Blankets in 2022 – Turnout & Stable

Best Horse Blankets in 2022 – Turnout & Stable

There are a couple of humorous comics that have made their rounds around the Internet a number of times. Two horses with long, shaggy fur look at another horse with three blankets and a hood. All three are standing in a paddock with mud on the ground, but no snow. One...

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