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Property and Facilities

Horse Facility (re)Design Part 9: Ventilation

May 2018

Throughout this series, ventilation has been referred to many times in relation to the requirements of horses and the consequences of stabling conditions. 

April Grass Farmers Managing Manure: Part 3

April 2018

In this three-part series, we discuss the different ways horse owners can manage manure in their horse property to reduce pollution, parasites (worms), weeds, labour and costs. In Part 1, we discussed the pros and cons of picking up manure from the pastures, and we also discussed the dos and don'ts of harrowing.  In Part 2, we discussed cross grazing as a beneficial pasture and parasite management strategy. 

Managing Pastures for Soil Health: Part 2

December 2017

As horse owners, we care for large herbivores and, in order to support them with the food they are designed to eat, we must take care of our land.  Making the right land management decisions - ones that will create healthy pastures, and adequate food resources for our horses and for ourselves - is often easier said than done and certainly not something you can buy off the shelf.  By understanding the ecosystem as a whole and its natural functions, you will be able to make management decisions that support the natural patterns. 

The Portable and Permanent Solution for Your Property

November 2017

Equitent, by H-Line Structures, combines the stability of solid buildings with the flexibility of portable solutions. The Equitent Riding Halls (Arenas) and Lunging Halls (Round Yards) not only have impressive aesthetics and supreme functionality, but also meet the highest of Australian safety standards, including protection against wind, fire and snow.  The modern products in the Equitent series are complemented with versatile equipment options and a comprehensive range of accessories to withstand even the toughest Australian conditions.

Water Trough Project

November 2017

Whether you’re on a budget, need an emergency repair or you’re looking for a temporary solution, making your own automatically filling water trough is relatively easy!

Biosecurity for Horse Owners

September 2017

Why is a biosecurity plan important for your property? Until 2007, Australia was one of a handful of countries that had never experienced an outbreak of Equine Influenza (EI), a highly contagious viral disease of the respiratory tract.  In animals that have been exposed to the virus previously and have, therefore, developed some degree of immunity, infection with the EI virus generally causes only mild disease. 

A Proven Track Record in Equine Products by Magnum Industries

July 2017

Trusted by horse owners, for over 20 years, Magnum Industries have gained a reputation for manufacturing and supplying quality horse products that are truly guaranteed to last.  Your one-stop equine shop, our most popular products, available to horse owners, include: Horse Walkers Aqua Walkers Magnaclad Wall Lining Stable Hardware Stable Accessories Feed Bins and Water Troughs Mare and Foal Crushes Arena Rakes Designed for horses and people

Equine Permaculture: Make a Rain Water Garden

March 2017

Dr Mariette van den Berg explains how the permaculture design principles can be applied in practice and in situations that are particularly relevant in horse properties.  The permaculture design approach aims to build systems that are easier to manage, more efficient and sustainable, whilst considering the health and wellbeing of all - people, horses, plants and the soil that sustains them. 

Equine Permaculture: Managing Water

February 2017

Following on from previous articles in this exclusive Equine Permaculture Design Series, Mariette van den Berg explains how the permaculture design principles can be applied in practice on horse properties.  The permaculture design approach aims to build systems that are easier to manage, more efficient and sustainable, whilst considering the health and wellbeing of all - people, horses, plants and the soil that sustains them. And this article focuses on how we can harvest and store that most precious of natures resources: water.

A New Lease of Life: Is it possible to improve rented pastures?

December 2016

We live in an exciting time in which more horse owners than ever are stepping up to take responsibility for the impact their horses are having on the land. Not only does it make sense - healthy land makes healthy horses - but it is also a truly positive step for the environment and the public perception of horse owners. 

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