Fencing & Pasture

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When planning to renovate a horse pasture, the first thing you should do is walk the pasture and determine what plant species currently exist and make an assessment of the overall condition of the pasture. If the pasture consists primarily of grass and\or legume species, but is being considered for renovation due to low productivity, changes in pasture management may be more effective, and more economical, than a complete renovation.

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This has been our motto at Matrix Therapy Products for the past 20 years as we’ve researched, developed, tested, and shared therapy tools and how to use them to help horses. All the devices and products we offer are beneficial to the body, focusing on promoting natural healing and enhancing the health of the tissue. We have developed treatment protocols that address the whole horse as well as specific issues and ailments, with the principle of protecting the fascia while enhancing the healing process, with the end result being a sound and healthy horse.

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Operating a farm means stocking up on a lot of supplies that are used on a regular basis. Things like fencing, wire, panels, ramps, staples, posts, gates, and tractor attachments are all necessary budget items that form an endless shopping list. At Edge Wholesale Direct, they understand that if customers could purchase these items at wholesale prices it would be a huge advantage for their bottom line.

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Your parasite management program should give some attention to stomach bots and tapeworms. To control these parasites more effectively, it helps to understand their life cycles.

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Today it is critically important to understand the basics of parasite resistance and develop a deworming program that will work for your farm. That program will need to be reevaluated and modified as environmental conditions change from year to year, and farm management and the number of horses fluctuates.

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Everyone knows the seasonal annoyance of flies. For horses they can be a real tail swatting, foot stomping, head shaking, skin twitching aggravation. But flying insects such as midges, gnats, horse flies, deer flies, black flies, face flies, house flies, mosquitos, and others are more than a nuisance – they can cause serious skin irritations and can also carry diseases.

At CF Fence in southern Okanagan, BC, owner Alan Cossentine recognizes the value and importance of safe, reliable fencing for livestock on farms and ranches.

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