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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Best Gifts for Horse Lovers: Gifts that Horse Owners will Love

Best Gifts for Horse Lovers: Gifts that Horse Owners will Love

Best Gifts for Horse Lovers: Gifts that Horse Owners will LoveIs there a horse lover in your life? Are you desperate for Christmas ideas? Well below is a list of great ideas for gifts. There are dozens of lists online suggesting cute gift ideas with equine themes, but...

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Do Horses Get Cold in the Winter or in Rain?

Do Horses Get Cold in the Winter or in Rain?

Do Horses Get Cold in the Winter or in Rain?Winter weather is the year’s best in rain, cold and wind. Those of us who have horses do not have the luxury of hibernating inside our warm houses until spring returns. We get to watch their best efforts to thwart our best...

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Horse Nose Bleeds – Epistaxis

Horse Nose Bleeds – Epistaxis

Nosebleeds in horsesEpistaxis is the veterinary term used to describe bleeding from the nose. In horses this is a fairly common complaint and has a number of potential underlying causes. Nosebleeds in horses can be very dramatic, understandably causing a lot of...

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Signs of Pain in Horses

Signs of Pain in Horses

Signs of Pain in HorsesRecognizing when a horse is in pain is not just a handy parlor trick. If you can recognize pain in your horse, this can mean the difference in catching a simple ouchie early, or missing a minor affliction and causing a serious injury that...

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Head Tossing in Horses

Head Tossing in Horses

Whipping their hair back and forth – head shaking in horsesAt best, a horse shaking its head can just be funny or annoying. At worst, it can be dangerous, unseating riders or yanking reins out of the rider’s hands. It is a symptom of frustration, either psychological...

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The Best Slow Feeders for Horses

The Best Slow Feeders for Horses

The Best Slow Feeders - For the horse who needs to experience his foodAll horses love food. Mother Nature designed them to spend their days wandering from grassy spot to grassy spot, having a constant intake of grasses and plants, and domestication has not taken that...

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