The IHSA Championship is the oldest, largest, and most prestigious college equestrian championships in North America.
Exciting day-long seminar to help you make informed choices about your horse's care and management.
Farm owners will develop the knowledge and skills to adopt environmentally sound practices aimed at managing healthy animals, healthy farms and a healthy environment.
Recently revised Pennsylvania environmental regulations require all animal operations, large and small, to have either a Manure Management Plan or a Nutrient Management Plan.
To start your “Horse Season” off right, plan to attend one of our Penn State University, PA Equine Council’s and the University of Pennsylvania New Bolton Center --- Seminars held on February 21-24, 2013 at the Pennsylvania Horse World Expo at the Harrisburg, PA Farm show Complex.
The “Healthy Farms and Healthy Horses; Manure Management Plan Writing” is a one day workshop dedicated to help equine owners complete their own manure management plan and develop the knowledge and skills necessary to adopt sound best management practices for their farm and horses.
Pennsylvania Manure Management Regulations require all farms who do not qualify as a CAO must have a completed written plan.
One barn in Northampton County was quarantined due to PA horses that attended a show in New York.
Numerous Equine Environmental Stewardship Short Courses are available across the state of Pennsylvania.
The Mid-Atlantic Nutrition Conference (MANC) is recognized as a premier educational event for the animal nutrition industry.
The 11th annual Penn State Equine Science Showcase and Registered Quarter Horse Sale will take place on Saturday, April 27th, 2013.
Equestrian riding instructors and trainers are at an increased risk for several respiratory conditions based on research.
Horse Owners need to be alert and examine their horses for winter external parasites.
Test Your Soil - Proper fertilization is a critical step in maintaining high quality forage in pastures.
Closely observe your horse’s eating habits, gaits, activities and attitude to determine what is normal.
Equine business professionals can connect with land-grant universities, equine business experts, networking opportunities and other invaluable resources by participating in a new dynamic, online short course series.
Connect with experts from Universities across the country and ask an expert in aspects of horse care and ownership.
In the latest issue of the Journal of Animal Science, researchers at Clemson University and the University of Florida examine the impact of exercise on mare reproductive health and embryo transfer.
Participants in this short-course will be made aware of new and emerging information that will benefit their horses, their farms, and the environment.
"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," states Ann Swinker, Penn State Extension Equine Specialist.