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BLM to motorists: Leave burros alone

Stopping to take pictures of any wild animal along a highway is a bad idea. Motorists coming up behind you, especially at night, may not see you or the other horses or burros you might be attracting. ~ HfH From: Yuma Sun Officials with the Bureau of Land Management Yuma Field Office are asking the Full Article

Awwww Cute Sunday evening horse pictures

Happy Sunday Ya’ll. We hope your weekend has gone well – we have been cleaning up after a very muddy COLD rain. Time to get some hot tea and ...Full Article

Possible Answer to Horse’s Death Found in Hay

Hay is just hay…right? Horse owners know that is not the case. Failed crops of hay can contain dangerous hidden poisons in the form of fungus growing inside the ...Full Article

Horse Has Incredible Reaction When Reunited With Camel Friend (Video)

Very cute! Horse owners know that equine remember their friends and loved ones …. and camels do too! ~ HfH From: Reshareworthy A horse and camel lived together in ...Full Article

Disaster Preparedness: Barn Fires

Rather than post another story about barn fires, let us instead talk about how to prevent barn fires. One of our Facebook followers suggested using Equisearch to find out ...Full Article

Barn fire in Tallmadge kills 15 horses

It is thought that a space heater used to keep a water pipe unfrozen caused this fire. Barns are filled with flammable hazards – any use of a space ...Full Article

Something wild in Lincoln County

Ruidoso, New Mexico is reknown for its rugged beauty – a resort community sitting in the Sierra Blanca Mountain Range. Wild horses have been roaming this area for decades ...Full Article

ADM Releases Statement on South Carolina Horse Feed Incident

ADM Alliance reports that trace amounts of monensin could get into horse feed after a cattle feed production run has been finished. And that this is acceptable since they ...Full Article

Deadly weed kills Ruskin horse (Video)

Creeping Indigo does not grow through much of the US but thrives in tropical climes such as Florida and Hawaii. Not only was it brought to the US to ...Full Article

10 strange and beautiful horse breeds

Horses come in so many lovely variations – from gorgeous manes, coats with metallic sheens, and unearthly eyes. Much of these differences were bred by us, although some came ...Full Article