EHV-1 and Horses
Blog post about current EHV-1 outbreak in horses, including basic facts and steps owners should take.
What Does Your Horse Want for the Holidays?
This Horse Wants Farm Jenny for Christmas! Image by ?Merry Christmas ? from Pixabay We’re thankful for our customers and all of our friends in the Ag Tech community. This Gift Guide includes huge discounts on Farm Jenny products and a few of our favorite things from our friends at PittMoss. We want you and your
How to keep tabs on your horse with technology!
Photo: Tammy checking out her horses’ data while they graze. by Liv Gude, Guest Author There’s a lot about horse ownership that’s amazing, such as riding and bonding and long romantic rides into the sunset. And then there’s the “worry factor.” Is your horse lonely? Hurt? Frisky? Not feeling well? Having fun with his herd?
Is your horse distressed? How you can spot behavioral warning signs in your horse?
by Liv Gude, Guest Author The horse has lots of ways to communicate with us, and it’s our job to decipher their language. A horse can and will show us when they are in distress, feeling ill, developing colic, unhappy, or uncomfortable. We need to read their physical signs and their behaviors to get the
Reliable Electric Fencing for Horses
Horses in Pasture Behind Reliable Electric Fence We hear from many customers who describe their horse as an escape artist. You likely have one of these horses on your farm or have owned one at one time. You know the type of horse that must have multiple latches on his stall door if it’s a
Horse First Aid Kits
Horses Will Get Hurt and you need to be prepared with a good First Aid Kit. Farm Jenny exhibited at Equine Affaire in Columbus, OH last month. It was an amazing event! We had a great time talking with customers, learning from experts and of course shopping. Shh, don’t tell Mr. Farm Jenny how much