By Tara MatslerThe American Quarter Horse JournalDecember 9, 2013
To get your broodmare prepped for spring, be sure to use these 14 tips from America's Horse Daily. (AQHA photo) BELOW: Dr. Matt Randall shows you how to get your horse ready for winter.
Maybe you’re like me and your autumn has been consumed with dreaming about “the magic cross.” Reading through articles like “Looking to Outcross,” “Changing the Genetic Landscape” and a breeder spotlight on Jeffrey Matthews – all featured in the December edition of The American Quarter Horse Journal – only add fuel to the fire.
My family has two little mares in mind to breed this coming spring. But there is so much to keep in mind these days as a mare owner! Between the genetic panel tests to order, breeding contracts to pore over, deworming and nutrition to keep in mind … yeesh, it’s a never-ending list.
To get your broodmare prepped for spring, be sure to use these 14 tips from America’s Horse Daily, your premier educational resource for all of your horse-related interests and activities.
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