Christine Hill

October 16, 2020
horse behavior

5 Tips for Drama-Free Feeding

Anyone who has ever observed horse behavior knows that while horses may be herd animals, they are also driven by their places within the herd. There […]
September 24, 2020
gentle horse training

Gain Trust Through Gentle Horse Training

Regardless of how you got your new-to-you horse, it’s important to gain his trust. Rescue horses especially may have experienced neglect and even trauma at the […]
September 16, 2020
local ingredients

4 Reasons We Use Local Ingredients in Our Feed

There has been a lot of talk in recent years about buying local. As an equine feed producer, it’s always made sense for us to buy […]
August 25, 2020
hay cubes for horses

Switching to a Hay Cube Diet

There are many reasons why people switch to hay cubes for horses. Sometimes there’s a health condition that necessitates it, such as bad teeth that make […]
August 14, 2020
rescue horses

4 Tips for Rehabbing Rescue Horses

It can be rewarding to “rescue” a horse from an uncertain fate by giving him a good home or a better start on a new life, […]
July 23, 2020
horse feed

6 Tips for an Equine Feeding Program

A huge part of caring for your horse is feeding him properly. There are many different kinds of horse feed, not to mention lots of different […]