They send hundreds of these horses through a training program to learn both flatwork and jumping skills. I had the good fortune to see how they train their 3 and 4-year-old warmbloods how to jump.
With winter (blanketing season) in full swing, many people start to worry about their horse developing uncomfortable blanket rubs. Chafing along the withers and across the chest can leave painful and unsightly rubs on your horse’s skin. This can be… Continue Reading →
Scratches, mud fever, dew poisoning, or greasy heels. Whatever you call it, this skin infection plagues horses exposed to muddy and wet conditions especially present during the winter. Treating persistent scratches can seem like an intimidating job. However, we’ve put… Continue Reading →
Winter Circuit is coming…Whether you’re a first-timer or a seasoned veteran to the Florida scene, getting ready for the winter circuit can be a challenge. If you are one of the lucky riders, grooms, or trainers migrating south to compete, we put together some tips for preparing for the long months ahead!
Whether it be the animals we serve or their human counterparts, FarmVet has always strived to improve our pharmaceutical practices when it comes to the scope of our prescription offerings and their environmental impact on the end user. In light… Continue Reading →