Equine Safety Net Survey Results
The information gleaned from this important survey will help us know how to best assist groups so that more horses can remain in their homes.
They Did It: Hay Safety Net Helps Struggling Horse Owners
Read how one agency got social-service agencies to promote a hay safety net program that keeps horses in their homes.
Step By Step Equine Microchipping
This 5-step guide will show you exactly how to microchip equines easily, with no anesthetic needed.
Free Services for Owned Horses in Oklahoma
Discover how Oklahoma equine owners can access free resources for horses, including rehoming services, medical care and humane euthanasia.
Talking With Harmony Equine Center About Euthanasia
Discover how Harmony Equine Center uses an evaluation matrix to inform the conversation around euthanasia.
They Did It: Partnered with Dude Ranches to Adopt Out Retired Horses
Discover how one equine rescue partners with dude and guest ranches to keep retired horses safe from auction and how you can do the same.
Reduce the Risk of Feeding Horses Contaminated Hay
While horses may normally avoid ingesting noxious weeds or moldy hay, they can be more likely to ingest them when mixed into their feed.
Intake Pathways for Open-Admission Horse Adoption Agencies
Equine open admission programs are a great way to serve your community and prevent horses from going to low-end auctions.
Serving Horses in Your Community with Strategic Intake Policies
Use these intake strategies to help more horses in your community.