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The Term “ORGANIC HAY” Defined

by Tom Heshion of Organic Hays

Get clean, nutitious, responsibly raised hay from Organic HaysThe difference between “organic hay” and “USDA certified organic hay” can be expensive and not necessarily better. One hay farmer may be more experienced as an “organic grower” and benefit from years of organic fertilization over a second farmer, but not be USDA certified. All the while, the second farmer charges lots of extra money for his USDA certification, while growing weeds throughout his average hay and not applying any fertilization.

USDA certification only states that the ground that the hay was grown in shows no signs of chemicals, and hasn’t for 36 months or longer. It doesn’t mean that the hay is any better or more nutritious.

The point is that there is no legal definition of “organic hay” and that USDA certification means nothing about quality, other than that there are no chemicals...

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 Sara Fogan
I Wear One. Do You?

Sara Fogan - I Wear One. Do You?

When I posed for this photo on my first horse, Geeves, we weren’t planning to move or go anywhere, but I insisted on putting on the helmet just in case.

August 1, 2015 was International Helmet Awareness Day 2015. For the past couple of weeks, my local tack shops and favorite equestrian catalogs offered promotional discounts on riding helmets to encourage riders to invest in and use this important safety equipment.

Helmets are probably the most important equipment that equestrians use when they ride and work around horses. You don’t absolutely need a saddle to ride a horse...

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LAEC, Los Angeles Equestrian Center, Griffith Park, Los Angeles, California, deluxe 3,500 fixed-seat arena, Boarding, Lessons, Training, Dressage, English, Western, Eventing, Rental Stables, Horse Shows



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