Fencing in a Field in Autumn

8 Fencing Mistakes You Could Be Making

Fencing is one of the most essential components in keeping your land, property, and animals secure. From preventing unwanted intrusions to inhibiting runaway horses, perimeter fencing needs to be safe and sturdy to ensure that maximum security is maintained all year round. Yet, despite many land owners understanding just how important getting fencing right is,…

muddy paddock

How to Combat Muddy Paddocks

Mud is the foe of many who work in the great outdoors, and no more so than for those who have to deal with muddy paddocks when the heavens have opened. Whether it’s the snow and ice in winter ruining a previously healthy paddock, by the time spring arrives, April showers are often in full…

Pasture Spraying Services

Spraying and Topping – Which Comes First?

To manage your pasture effectively and ensure that you are providing your horses with the best environment possible, you will need to carry out regular upkeep in order to maintain a healthy paddock. Weeds that grow in your paddock can be extremely harmful to horses, with poisonous weeds such as Ragwort often leading to liver…

White Horse in a field

Preparing Your Paddock for Spring

If the winter weather has left your paddocks in disarray, there is no time like the present to begin preparing your land for spring and bringing it back to life. Churned up fields and poached gateways are a common sign of a field in need of rejuvenation, and as many landowners will know, good pasture…

Cows in a Field

5 Tips for Preparing Your Land for Winter

Farming is an all weather activity that continues to be labour intensive no matter the season. Although production is generally decreased during the winter months, there is still livestock to be cared for and land to be maintained. December through to March brings some of the most dramatic temperature drops, and with the cold days…