Equine Blog


Jeffers Equine Blog strives to be informative, entertaining, and helpful. We hope to answer some common questions in regular everyday language for people who want the best for their horse. 

Please visit our Pet Blog and our Livestock Blog for helpful tips & hints for other animals.



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Get $50 off a new Rambo turnout when you trade in your old turnout.*
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Common types of worms and a description of each plus what to use to deworm when (printable rotation chart in link at bottom.)

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What You Should Know Before Buying a Horse Blanket (Definition of terms, how to measure, etc.)...

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Trying to find a joint supplement can be a daunting task if you don't already know what you want. (Sometimes even if you do.) Here are some of the more common ingredients used in joint supplements and how they are supposed to help...

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The poor horse in pics attached was covered with Sweet Itch and had a very extreme case.  Thankfully his owner was encouraged to try our Killitch product. Pics show before and after...

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Though Zika was first discovered in 1947, you’ve probably only recently heard of the disease. That’s because it has spread, primarily through the bite of infected mosquitoes...

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Why Fight Flies?  Fly control keeps your horse comfortable. But that’s not the only reason to minimize flies. Flies and other biting insects pose a major health risk to your horse and you...

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There are three main measurements that are important for getting the correct size halter. With this handy guide, we help make getting the right halter the first time a "snap". 

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Fly Week 2018 is July 23rd - 29th! Watch for new specials each day and informational blogs all week long...

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Take back your outdoor space with the Spartan Eradicator mosquito repellent. The mosquito population will suffer dramatically in the first 15 days. Deploy Mosquito Eradicators as soon as the weather begins to warm to create a barrier, giving the mosquitoes a target that emits the same attraction triggers as people and animals. Once mosquitoes feed on the water solution, they die before they can breed again.

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