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Barn Genius - Upgrade your blanket racks to prevent sagging

If your blankets sag and crumple when hung up on a blanket rack, you can easily modify the racks to keep them hanging straight and tidy.

Fly Spray

Fly Spray - Also good for Fleas, and Ants. Just plain vinegar and water works well for dogs too. But they probably would have to be short haired in order for it to work better:)

Horses and Infectious Disease - Learn about 20 important equine infectious diseases that could make your horse sick, how they are spread, and ways to prevent them in our easy-to-follow visual guide.  Via TheHorse.com

Horses and Infectious Disease

Horses and Infectious Disease - Learn about 20 important diseases that can make your horse sick, how they are spread, and ways to prevent them.

Which fruits and vegetables are safe for horses? Which are toxic? This infographic gives you some guidelines.

Which fruits and vegetables are safe for horses? Which are toxic? This infographic gives you some guidelines. Treats for horses

Some day I will be so glad I saw this and saved it.... Very helpful!!!

Fencing Some day I will be so glad I saw this and saved it. Very helpful!

Learn how to safely take your horse from flabby to fit step-by-step with our visual guide. http://www.racingfuture.com

Infographic: Basic Principles of Conditioning

Do you have the facts on the bit most commonly used in riding today? If not, we're breaking down the parts of the snaffle and the common ring and mouthpieces you'll find.

Great info on snaffle bits. I makes me crazy when people call all jointed bits snaffles like a "tom thumb snaffle". This infographic mentions how curb and snaffle bits use different types of pressure

There are so many tricks you can teach your horse.  There are all the usual ones like kiss, hug, bow etc, but also have a think about teaching your horse some USEFUL tricks.  These can make life a lot easier (and safer) around your horse.

There are all the usual ones like kiss, hug, bow etc, but also have a think about teaching your horse some USEFUL tricks. These can make life a lot easier (and safer) around your horse.

Easy four ingredient homemade horse treats: mix 3 cups old uncooked, old fashioned oatmeal with 1/2 cup flour. Then mix in 1 cup applesauce and 1/4 cup molasses. Form into balls and cook at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 minutes.

Easy four ingredient homemade horse treats: mix 3 cups old uncooked, old fashioned oatmeal with cup flour. Then mix in 1 cup applesauce and cup molasses. Form into balls and cook at 350 degree (Homemade Mix Diy)

Equine ulcers - Being an Equine LVT it is MUCH MORE common than you think. Take care of your horses stomach, he/she carries you through a lot!

Some may say there is an unspoken rule among horsewomen to collect the most tack possible.  I will neither confirm nor deny this, but I do have to admit that my barn is overflowing with every imaginable piece of equipment. Do I really need 15 bits for a horse that always goes in a plain snaffle? Maybe not. But at least if I can organize it so they don't look like a giant web of metal I can get away with it. For now.

~ Savvy Horsewoman: 10 DIY Tips - Organizing the Barn (Part

Everything you need to know about building your own horse barn! 1. first have a ton of money

Horizon Structures offers insider tips for building horse barns. Check out the customizable structures including barns, garages, sheds, chicken coops, & more!

Modular L-shaped barn. Delivered in 2 prebuilt sections. Need bigger stalls. I like "The Arabian" in their backyard barn series.

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