Friday, October 14, 2022

Why Should You Test Hay? Podcast - Listen

Episode 45: Why Skipping a Hay Analysis Could Cost More Money in the Long Run with Sarah Fessenden

On this episode, co-hosts Dr. Tania Cubitt and Katy Starr have an enlightening conversation with special guest Sarah Fessenden, Business Development Manager for the forage and soils laboratories of Dairy One and Equi-Analytical about:

• Why it’s critical to get a representative hay sample when testing
• The difference between ‘as sampled’ and ‘dry matter’
• What to do with the results you receive from a hay test

Learn more about how to understand what you’re feeding your horse!


Friday, October 07, 2022

Horse returns home after lost, running with wild mustangs for 8 years in northern Utah - Full Article

by Heidi Hatch, KUTV
Wednesday, October 5th 2022

FIELDING, Utah (KUTV) — A horse returned home after eight years of being lost and running with wild mustangs.

Shane Adams lost his horse Mongo while camping in Utah’s West Desert - and just this week the two were reunited.

Early on a spring morning, when there was still snow on the ground Mongo made a run for it.

The horse was tied up outside Adam’s tent, but not tight enough. A herd of wild mustangs ran past the camp and Mongo took off with his newfound friends.

Adams scrambled out of his tent in a state of half undress and tried to stop him, but he was too late...

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