I have a horse for the first time since I was a kid - I am relearning everything I ever knew about horses and increasing my knowledge tenfold. I am having a blast!
Equine fecal parasite testing - available to private horse owners directly for $15 (qualitative testing - light/moderate/heavy density of parasites) or $18 (quantitative testing - parasite and the count for each specifically identified). Free, postage-paid mailers with specimen bag and instructions will be sent to you. Prices listed in this pin are as of April 2014. New England Horse Labs.
“The best thing I try to do for myself is to try to listen to the horse. I don’t mean let him take over. I listen to how he’s operating; what he’s understanding or what he doesn’t understand; what’s bothering him and what isn’t bothering him. I try to feel what the horse is feeling and operate from where the horse is.” – Tom Dorrance