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With a passion for horses and a love for the sport of eventing, Emily Mainolfi of Platinum Equestrian at Torrey Hill Farm in Westmoreland, NH is quickly making a name for herself.
We explore some of the poisonous weeds and plants that can be commonly found in New England and the rest of the Northeast, while helping you identify them.
The vast majority of the new and used saddles that we carry are included in our generous seven-day trial program.
In this blog, we talk to Dr. Werner to further understand some of the complications which could present whenever you have a horse on stall rest.
Many equestrians talk to our horses, but few of us know how to listen. Liz DeLuca focuses on hearing what horses are trying to tell us so that she can begin to have conversations.
We help you troubleshoot some common poultry health concerns, giving you a generalized look at your treatment options.
We break down the common supplements that should be fed in hot weather, and explain exactly when they should be fed.
For over 20 years, Dressage4Kids has been inspiring young equestrians to develop their horsemanship skills and encouraging them to expand their skills in the saddle.
We spoke with Lise Krieger, a certified saddle fitter and the founder of New England Saddle Fit, to understand more about properly fitting a Western saddle.
In this blog post, we explore the various types of saddle pads, their uses, and their potential benefits for your horse.
Coop training uses your chickens’ natural instincts to develop a level of comfort and familiarity with their surroundings.
Through hard work and tenacity, Jillian Haas of North Eastern Performance Horses in Shelburne Falls, MA, has already made a name for herself at the age of 27.
Many horses have a negative reaction to the lights and sounds of fireworks. In this blog post, we explore several strategies to help your horse manage the excitement.
Linda found the end result of feeding this supplement to be a shiny, gorgeous, well-conditioned, happy horse.
Learn tips and tricks about helpful products that will make your show day experience easier and less stressful.
Are you looking to add waterfowl to your flock? Learn how you can choose the right species and breed for your farm or backyard.
Audra loves how deep and rich her horse Dazzle's coat is in the show pen after using the Shapley's EquiTone Color Enhancing Shampoo for black coats.
Small but mighty, many chicken enthusiasts enjoy raising bantam breeds. These petite poultry birds have all of the attributes of their full-size counterparts, but take up less space and eat less food.
Horses and ponies with a slow metabolism require specialized management practices in order for them to thrive. We explore how to maximize your horse's nutrition while promoting weight loss.
For active homesteaders, dual purpose chicken breeds are a popular choice. They are known not only for their egg laying prowess, but also for their tasty meat.
Chris Cassenti is a familiar face on the New England show circuit, as the manager and lead trainer at Chrislar Farm, Rowley, MA.
In this blog, we will discuss the various differences between the layer breeds that we offer so that you can make the best selection for your farm.
If you are looking for a barn in the area, we encourage you to refer to this listing of popular equestrian facilities, many of which we are proud to call customers as well as friends.
We love guiding aspiring young equestrians (and their parents) through the process of selecting their first riding apparel and equipment.
In this blog, we take a look at some of the ways to manage the fly population and protect your horse naturally, without the use of harmful pesticides and insecticides.
Amy noticed a positive change in her 18-year-old Friesian mare after using the Happ-E-Mare supplement. It started working after only 14 days!