The PA Horse World Expo will bring the nation’s leading equestrian clinicians and entertainers to Harrisburg for four days of education, entertainment and shopping.
Horse owners with simple precautions can assist equine in surviving during harsh winter events.
The 13th Annual Penn State Equine Science Showcase and Registered Quarter Horse Sale will take place on Saturday, May 2nd, 2015. The sale is run by Penn State students enrolled in the Equine Marketing class.
Neglect is the worst thing that happens to the horse during the winter months. Most horses are turned out to pasture and we only see them in the dark at feeding time.
This clinic will feature Michael Colvin, a trainer, AQHA Professional Horseman and judge from Atlanta, Georgia. Michael specializes in all around events in youth, amateur and open divisions.
Equine Session of the Mid-Atlantic Nutrition Conference is part of a two-day conference held March 24th and 25th featuring nutrition related talks on equine, poultry, and dairy.
The North American Manure Expo is returning to Pennsylvania and promises to provide “Manure than you can Handle.”
Workshops are planned to educate farm owners on taking a whole-farm approach to control can cut down on deworming, save money on products that are no longer effective on your farm, help you learn which horses have natural resistance and which ones are “shedders”, and help reduce parasite resistance.
The PA Farm Show contains a variety of equine events, from rodeos to draft type events.
The Northeast Pasture Consortium is an alliance of graziers, extension and research dedicated to improving pasture management in the northeastern United States.
The Appalachian Grazing Conference is an opportunity for livestock producers to attend to learn more about management strategies to increase profits.
This conference will provide you with practical information to help you enhance species diversity in your pasture and improve ecosystem function to benefit herd health and productivity on your farm.
Jana and Clem Malot's farm will be featured on the "Out On the Land" segment of RFD TV.
The exciting workshops provide farm managers education on equine environmental stewardship, pasture management, soil fertility and composting.
This one-day short course will be held in four locations across Pennsylvania. Equine gastrointestinal parasites, and their increasing resistance to available dewormers, are a major concern in the equine industry. Taking a whole-farm approach to control can cut down on deworming, save money on products that are no longer effective on your farm, help you learn which horses have natural resistance and which ones are “shedders”, and help reduce parasite resistance.
When it is very cold, horses will reduce their water consumption and be at risk of colic.
As 2015 starts the year, we are anticipating the Pennsylvania World Horse Expo! To start your “Horse Season” off right, plan to attend one of our Penn State University and PA Equine Council’s; Seminars held on March 5-8, 2015 at the Pennsylvania Horse World Expo at the Harrisburg, PA Farm show Complex.
Congratulations to Ashleigh Egan and Jena Shaffer for being awarded the Vern Hazlett outstanding barn worker award during the Penn State Animal Science Departmental Holiday luncheon!
Brian Egan, Instructor of Equine Science in Penn State's Department of Animal Science, has received the Paul R. and Joan M. Shellenberger Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching from the College of Agricultural Sciences.
The 2014 winner of the Epsilon Sigma Phi, Alpha Omicron Chapter’s Distinguished Service Award was awarded to Ann Swinker, Associate Professor of Animal Science and Extension Horse Specialist at Penn State University.