Jennifer Campbell

Guest Blog…Ready to Create an Income From Your Homestead? Here’s What You Need To Know

Ready to Create an Income From Your Homestead? Here’s What You Need To Know A guest blog by Amy Collett Homesteads have numerous opportunities. Farms can grow rye, oats, barley, and corn, while traditional livestock options include sheep, chickens, pigs, and cattle. However, nearly a quarter of farms also raise other livestock, such as goats, horses, …

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Equi Cool Down products are fantastic for llamas too! A guest blog by ECD friend Zoe Rutledge

Equi Cool Down products are fantastic for llamas too! Yes, llamas need to stay cool too, especially since they are not heat-tolerant creatures. A few years ago, my family lost a young llama to heat stress. She was the first llama that my family farm had ever lost, so it hit my family of three …

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Equi Cool Down and Back On Track – A Match Made in Heaven!

Hello Again Everyone, I hope everyone wintered well! As we are approaching the competitive season (I know some of you never left it), part of my training routine for Spider is to give him the winter months off. He gets to relax, and rest his muscles that he used vigorously all summer long. In the …

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Cooling Therapy from Racing to Showing and More

Cooling isn’t just about cooling the horse’s body temperature after a workout, but also about reducing any heat and tension in the legs and joints as well. Heat and swelling go hand in hand, so while most people know hosing out your horse after a show, workout, or even a horse race is a no-brainer, …

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