By Standlee Premium Western Forage What is it? Laminitis is inflammation of the laminae of the foot. The laminae are tiny finger like structures in the hoof that interlock to join the coffin bone to the hoof wall, effectively suspending the bones of the foot inside the hoof wall. Inflammation damages the laminae making them […]
How the ELD Mandate Will Impact the Horse Industry
By Protect The Harvest As a breeder, owner, trainer or competitor in the horse industry, it is important to understand the implications of the ELD Mandate that hit the transportation industry in December of 2017. The facts are that unless we all speak up you may be required to install an electronic logging device (ELD) […]
By Ritchie Industries When it comes to automatic horse waterers, some horse owners just can’t see the value. If you already have an automatic waterer installed for your horses, you probably have a list of things you have found to be beneficial. For those of you still dragging hoses and/or carrying buckets, you may find […]
Each day of the Midwest Horse Fair, our partner, Ritchie Industries, will be hosting a meet and greet with Clinton in their booth. It’ll be your chance to visit with Clinton and ask him your training questions! Clinton will be at the Ritchie Waterers/Ferguson Enterprises booth, which is located in the Exhibition Hall, booth number […]
Install Peace of Mind With Classic Equine By Ritchie
Install Peace of Mind Tired of worrying about frozen water, dirty water, wasted water or no water at all? Install Classic Equine By Ritchie automatic waterers, built by the inventor of the category, and you install peace of mind. Isn’t that what you’re after? Learn More classicequinebyritchie.com
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Vetericyn’s Future Innovators of Agriculture Scholarship is BACK! A $2,000 scholarship will be awarded to one graduating high school senior to help in their pursuit of higher education in the field of agriculture, including animal health and food science. Learn more and apply on the Vetericyn website.