I’m sorry for going dark for awhile. Things got a little hectic around here. I’m finishing up my thesis and riding as much as possible (to stay sane for my thesis). I really enjoy writing for this blog, compared to the deeply technical writing required for my thesis this writing feels easy. It just flows out of my fingers and can help get the creative juices going.

I should make more of a commitment to working on this blog. Even if I can’t always get to a book review I’ll try to do a more personal update (which if anyone joins Patreon you’ll be charged only for book reviews, not personal updates like this). So, I may as well do a personal update right now while I’m thinking about it.

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Book Review: Storey’s Guide to Raising Horses

Breeding * Care * Facilities

This book is the one-stop shop for horse management information. It covers feeding, fencing, pasture, first aid, barns, handling (adults and foals), genetics, basic medical care, and all sorts of details about breeding.

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What should we read next?

Do we want to learn more about breeding? I have several books on breeding and broodmare/stud management?


What about handling stallions in general?


There is the book on equipment for a horse farm. Not exciting, but useful.


Or Storey’s guide to raising horses. I’ve started reading that one. It’s good so far!


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