Land Management is Vital for Long Term Benefits

All horse owners struggle at some time or other with their pastures: too much grass, not enough grass, problem weeds, wet conditions. But pasture is so important to horses – for the mental and physical well-being that freedom at grass gives them, for the forage so vital to their digestion, and for the opportunity to spend long hours grazing as nature intended – that managing pasture well is worth the struggle.   Elizabeth O’Beirne-Ranelagh of the Farming & Wildlife Advisory Group provides valuable advice for your paddock and pasture care.

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