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Country view asks you to address subjects on which you are the experts. This month you share your best horse tales. Here are a few excerpts from the stories we received written by readers just like...
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This Oregon woman's unusual arena helps trail horses get past their fears.
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As the weather heats up, so do the chances your horses may fall victim to heat stress.
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As a rule, most livestock do a pretty good job keeping themselves warm in the winter, but when summer temperatures soar, they may need some help keeping cool. These products can help.
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Ever since Pat Whitman was a little girl, she badly wanted a horse. She didn't have to ride it, she just wanted to be around the horse, and enjoy taking care of it. Pat is now a grandmother, and...
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Good fences make good neighbors, and they keep animals safe and secure.
Fencing options There are many fencing options for horses, ranging from simple to high tech. But before you dig the first fence post, plan your site carefully. Consider size, convenience, and the...
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Horses that develop neurologic problems may have been bitten by a mosquito carrying the West Nile virus. There is no way to prevent all mosquito bites, but a vaccination will protect your horse from...
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Weaning can be a stressful time for mares and foals. But with the right planning and spotting the signs when the foal is ready, you'll reduce both the physical and emotional stress. It's...
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All horses in the United States should be vaccinated annually for five common infectious diseases. Even with the best management and disease prevention program, your horse can still become ill. Know...
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A horse's head, tail, and ears can tell you a lot about what it's thinking. Understanding a horse's body language is great communication. Radio interview source: Cherry Hill, Horse...

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