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Filtering by Tag: pasture management

Spring Pasture Tips: Let The Grazing Begin!

Alayne Blickle

Your neighbors enjoy their view of your place: horses frolicking on green fields and eating healthy forage from the pasture grass swaying in the breeze. You’re pleased too, because you know your pocketbook is benefiting from reduced hay bills. The environment is happy; abundant pasture plants are putting the nutrients from horse manure to good use, nutrients that might otherwise wash off your property and possibly cause contamination issues.

That’s your farm, right? Or, does your pasture resemble a weedy confinement area, one that turns into mud from the lightest rain?

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Climate Change and Horse Keeping: We Can Each Do Our Part

Alayne Blickle

These days, I think climate change is on everyone’s minds, but we’re often afraid to speak about it and unsure of how to address such a daunting concern. However, we can’t expect government or someone else to address or solve the issues for us. We each need to do what we can right now.

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Summertime Fun

Alayne Blickle

Horses for Clean Water has many wonderful educational opportunities available throughout the Pacific Northwest this summer and fall. I hope you’ll plan to come join in on the fun, learning, and horse’n around! 

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Turn Average Pastures into Awesome Pastures

Alayne Blickle

By dividing a pasture into smaller portions and rotating livestock through each section, you encourage even grazing and keep plants from becoming overgrazed. This technique guarantees fresh forage for a longer period of time during the growing season, saving you money on feed bills, and keeping your horses happily grazing.

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Picture Perfect Pastures

Alayne Blickle

Do you crave the satisfaction of seeing your horses frolic and graze on lush, green pastures?

May is an optimum growing month around North America, especially for grasses. A quick assessment of your pastures now can ensure they are healthy, productive and beautiful throughout summer and fall.

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