Boarding Checklists Help Ensure Happy Horses and Owners
- Mar 05, 2011
Equine enthusiasts unable to use their own facilities to house a horse should consult a well-thought-out checklist when looking to board the animal. Dave Freeman, PhD, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension equine specialist, advises horse owners to think of the development and use of such a checklist as a sort of renter's insurance of the four-legged variety, asking questions right up
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