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Researchers Seek Input on Barn Fire Survey

Every year horses needlessly die from barn fires. “There is no such thing as a fireproof barn,” says Robert Barnard, vice president of the National Equine Safety Association (NESA). While that is true that are measures that can be taken to make barns safer. On the other hand, how owners and first responders react to Full Article

“When you give your love…”

This post come from Habitat for Horse’s old blog on WordPress – way back in August 2011. Jerry’s words still ring true today. If you are interested in adopting ...Full Article

No feed? No hay? No barn? You can still adopt a horse!

A great Christmas gift for any horse lover in your family or for that horse loving friend or best of all for yourself. The adopter will receive a framed ...Full Article

Happy Thanksgiving from Habitat for Horses

Happy Thanksgiving Too many of our national days of celebration get lost in the cornucopia of American consumerism. Even the moments of family togetherness once shared during Thanksgiving have ...Full Article

Woman Teaches Horse Scared of Water How To Conquer His Fear (Video)

From: Reshareworthy Anna Paterek was riding her horse Magic through the woods when they approached a calm river. Magic immediately stopped. The horse was frightened to step into the ...Full Article

More than 30 horses die in stable fire near Woodstock

As the weather gets colder, we will see more and more barn fires…for a variety of reasons. Too many of them lead to this tragic outcome. ~ HfH From: ...Full Article

Abuse – When do you speak up?

From: Anna Blake’s Blog By: Anna Blake Do you ever get haunted by a situation where you wish you had said something? Mine was 18 months ago. As I ...Full Article

The way you treat horses does matter…

Jerry Finch, our esteemed President here at Habitat for Horses, wrote this article some time back. Its words still ring true today. We all should take to heart the ...Full Article

Tainted feed killing horses at Davie stable

Why would it takes months of investigation to stop the production of a toxic feed that can kill horses? Will they put out warnings and pull any on shelves ...Full Article

Harvesting and Storing Horse Hay

From: The Horse By: Karen Briggs The standard method of harvesting hay is to cut the crop and allow it to sun cure until it has a moisture content ...Full Article