Trees, sheds, and other structures can provide horses relief from wind, rain, heat, and more. Here's what to remember.
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Encourage insect-eating birds to move into your yards, pasture and barn areas.
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- Time-Saving Horse Care Tips
- Summertime Shade and Shelter
- Improving Arena Surfaces
- Practicing Science-Based Horse Husbandry
- Poll Recap: Flooding and Horse Facilities
- Poll Recap: Stall vs. Turnout Time
- Tips for Healthful Horse Barns During Winter
- Poll Recap: Sweeping Horse Barn Aisles
- Give Your Horse a Breath of Fresh Air This Winter
- Federal Environmental Regulations and Horse Farms
Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. My horses got into a pasture yesterday where deer corn had been spread, and they ate some of it. Then, last night, they didn't want to eat anything. What is the deer corn going to do to them?
You can help to control muddy runoff by locating your paddock so it is surrounded by a buffer strip.