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Horsekeeping Almanac

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Publisher Comments:

Keeping horses healthy and happy is all about establishing good routines and following the natural cycles of the animals and the land. Nobody knows this better than Cherry Hill, professional horsekeeper, lifelong horse lover, and author of more than 30 books on horses. If it involves horses, Hill knows what to do and when to do it. Her routines — daily, monthly, and seasonal — are the framework for Cherry Hill's Horsekeeping Almanac, a gold mine of knowledge for all horse enthusiasts.

Month by month, Hill touches on every issue likely to affect horses, horse farms, and the people who care for them both. Each month opens with a brief description of what's happening on the farm, followed by notes on specific, month-appropriate topics. May, for example, includes advice on grazing, snakes, composting, bathing and clipping, and fire strips. November features colic, fire ants, winter water, dry shampoo, and outdoor horse clothing.

Every month includes recurring reminders, to-do lists, reference charts, climate notes, equine wit and wisdom, a word of the month, and an "Ask Cherry" section featuring seasonally relevant excerpts from her newsletter — all the fascinating tidbits, lore, and handed-down insights that make almanacs so fascinating. Tying everything together is Cherry Hill's trusted voice and deep-seated knowledge of horses.

This is a book readers will keep on hand to welcome each new season on the farm. Horsekeepers will browse it frequently, use it as a reference in times of doubt, keep reminders in it, and come back to it year after year — a reminder of their own horsekeeping seasons. It will become, in Cherry Hill's words, a Horsekeeping Master Plan.

Synopsis:

The Best Horse Reference Ever!

Packed cover to cover with wisdom and advice, this comprehensive book from America's horsekeeping authority guides you through each month and season of the year with topics including:

WINTER

Weather logs - Vital signs - Good manners for the farrier - Cold weather feeding - Shelter design - Leather care - Tax review - Stall kicking - Hoof inspection - Spaying - Clipping

SPRING

Immunizations - Halter fitting - Foal expenses - Skin ailments - Mowers - Lightning precautions - Vehicle maintenance - Horse buyer's tips - Hay inventory - Pasture priorities

SUMMER

Extreme head - Laminitis - West Nile virus - Gnats and midges - Rotational grazing - Saddling review - Arena design - Vices and bad habits - Road-riding safely - Hay storage - Lost shoes

FALL

Hoof pads - Winter weight gain - Dry shampoo - Senior diets - Bedding - Branding - Pasture harrows - Winter blankets - Colic prevention - Stall fresheners - Horse insurance - Weaning

Special monthly features include Vet Clinic, The Feed Bag, Beauty Shop, Reproduction Roundup, Ranch Recipes, and much, much more.

About the Author

Cherry Hill is an internationally renowned instructor and horse trainer and was a judge for several national breed associations for over 25 years. She is an award-winning author of more than 30 horse books and DVDs and more than 1000 articles for various publications. She lives in Colorado with her husband and their horses.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781580176842
Subtitle:
The Essential Month-by-Month Guide for Everyone Who Keeps or Cares for Horses
Author:
Hill, Cherry
Illustrator:
Sears, Elayne
Publisher:
Storey Publishing, LLC
Subject:
Reference
Subject:
Horses - General
Subject:
Horses - Care
Subject:
Horses
Subject:
Horsemanship
Subject:
Pets-Horses Care
Subject:
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Agriculture / Animal Husbandry
Subject:
Medical-Veterinary Medicine - Equine
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Paperback
Publication Date:
20071030
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
, Y
Pages:
576
Dimensions:
9.12 x 7.12 in

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"Synopsis" by , The Best Horse Reference Ever!

Packed cover to cover with wisdom and advice, this comprehensive book from America's horsekeeping authority guides you through each month and season of the year with topics including:

WINTER

Weather logs - Vital signs - Good manners for the farrier - Cold weather feeding - Shelter design - Leather care - Tax review - Stall kicking - Hoof inspection - Spaying - Clipping

SPRING

Immunizations - Halter fitting - Foal expenses - Skin ailments - Mowers - Lightning precautions - Vehicle maintenance - Horse buyer's tips - Hay inventory - Pasture priorities

SUMMER

Extreme head - Laminitis - West Nile virus - Gnats and midges - Rotational grazing - Saddling review - Arena design - Vices and bad habits - Road-riding safely - Hay storage - Lost shoes

FALL

Hoof pads - Winter weight gain - Dry shampoo - Senior diets - Bedding - Branding - Pasture harrows - Winter blankets - Colic prevention - Stall fresheners - Horse insurance - Weaning

Special monthly features include Vet Clinic, The Feed Bag, Beauty Shop, Reproduction Roundup, Ranch Recipes, and much, much more.

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