As summer begins to fade and fall emerges, the weather can change from hot to cold or cold to hot quickly, then switch back again. Such weather swings can make horse management a little challenging....» Read More!
A snow day in Minnesota is about as rare as a yeti sighting. The population is largely comprised of descendants of Scandinavian and other Northern European settlers, for whom subzero temperatures and thigh-deep snowdrifts are...» Read More!
In northern California, we are fortunate enough to have very mild winters. Sure there’s a lot of mud, but temperatures are in the 50s most days, and generally the snow stays in the mountains where...» Read More!