Horse Farming Articles

  • Great Eccleston Show 2017

    Great Eccleston & District Agricultural Society The next Great Eccleston Show is on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th July 2017 The Great Eccleston Show is a two day event and is a showcase for every aspect of rural endeavour and the whole range of crafts and skills associated with the country. With cooking, handicraft, horticulture and local arts, this north west ...


    By RE Buildings Limited

  • NEBOSH Exam Results – Where to go next

    NEBOSH Exam – Options for Passes and Referrals Well here I am, waiting to fling myself at the postman like a rabid dog.  Yes, it’s exam results day and like most NEBOSH students I have been waiting for what seems an eternity for the envelope bearing the NEBOSH logo, envying those who have already received their results by email. The question is, have I passed or ...


    By SHEilds Ltd

  • Environmental fate of emamectin benzoate after tree micro injection of horse chestnut trees

    Emamectin benzoate, an insecticide derived from the avermectin family of natural products, has a unique translocation behavior in trees when applied by tree micro injection (TMI), which can result in protection from insect pests (foliar and borers) for several years. Active ingredient imported into leaves was measured at the end of season in the fallen leaves of treated horse chestnut ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • The end and beginning of the Arctic

    At the top of the world, it’s time to get ready for a new future. In the winter of 2013–14, hundreds of milk-white birds with luminous yellow eyes and wingspans of up to 5 feet descended on beaches, farmers’ fields, city parks and airport runways throughout southern Canada and the United ...


    By Ensia

  • How to Make Horse Feed Pellets

    Why should you make feed pellets for your equines? In ancient times horses were the main driving force of agricultural production, transportation and military activities. With the invention of power machinery and its wide application, field operations were almost replaced by tractors. Horses are mainly used for equestrian sports and production of milk and meat. The modern horse owners ...


  • The Advantages of Feed Pellets for Horse Farming

    The Advantages of Feed Pellets for Horse Farming The modern horse industry has received great development in the developed countries, which becomes the main economic growth point and provides a large number of employment opportunities. The modern horse owners require the horses healthy and satisfactory in all respects, ...


  • Influence of some biological wastes and their combination on growth and reproduction potential of earthworm, Eisenia fetida and their effect on plant growth

    Effect on growth and reproduction potential of animal wastes viz., cow, goat, horse and a domestic waste (used tea dust) and their combinations to the earthworm, Eisenia fetida, was studied under laboratory conditions. The effect of above on growth aspects of Bhendi crop was compared with the normal compost individually under green house conditions. The effects on growth were assessed for ten ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Gravelpave2 Cement Binder

    In using cement as a stabilizing agent in Gravelpave2, location and application need to be considered in order to determine delivery method. Small, remote projects like rails to trails installations or horse trails where larger vehicle access is limited will require a small portable cement mixer and wheel barrow conveyance. Cement is added to stone proportionately, say one shovel full for every ...


    By Invisible Structures, Inc.

  • Auctions and the New Zealand horse industry: What happens when global recession hits?

    In spite of having the knowledge, natural advantages and national enthusiasm within an industry, it is never without the issues of current economic climate. This paper looks at the buying and selling of NZ horses, what methods are used and times of ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Manure Compost A New Cash Crop

    A growing number of livestock producers are discovering manure compost as a new cash crop. When Mark Meyer refers to the “magic” at New Day Farms, he isn’t referring  to  the  liquid  egg  products  generated  by more than 2.5 million laying hens. Rather, Meyer, the environmental manager  at the Ohio facility, is talking about the ...

  • Vermicomposting of solid textile mill sludge spiked with cow dung and horse dung: a pilot-scale study

    This paper reports the vermicomposting of Solid Textile Mill Sludge (STMS) spiked with Cow Dung (CD) and Horse Dung (HD) in a six-month pilot-scale experiment employing Eisenia foetida. Growth and fecundity of Eisenia foetida were significantly affected by temperature variations. The lesser number of cocoons and hatchlings were produced in pilot scale experiments than in controlled temperature ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Geauga park district horse trail, Chardon, Ohio - Case Study

    Among nonmotorized uses, horse traffic is the hardest on trails. 'All of the trails that I construct or reconstruct are to a horse traffic standard,' says Dr. Gene Wood, an extension trails specialist with the Department of Forestry and Natural Resources at Clemson University in South Carolina. 'If I can get to a design and tread condition that will sustain appropriate horse traffic, it will ...


    By Presto Geosystems

  • Tapping the potential of codigestion

    Codigestion refers to processing multiple biodegradable substrates (feedstocks) in an anaerobic digestion (AD) system. A more contemporary definition refers to the digestion of a combination of select biodegradable feedstocks with a base substrate that an AD system was designed to handle. The intent is to maximize the production of biogas (i.e., renewable energy) by adding substrates that produce ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Zoos, farms, companies converting manure to compost, biofuel

    Dan Corum calls himself “the doctor of doo,” the “minister of muck” and the “number one of number two.” Even though he enjoys making fun of his role as compost/recycling coordinator at the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, he — and others involved in using manure for compost or biofuel — are deadly serious about their efforts. Composting of manure from ...

  • Diversity in cell properties and transport behavior among 12 different environmental escherichia coli isolates

    Received for publication March 21, 2008. Escherichia coli is a commonly used indicator organism for detecting the presence of fecal-borne pathogenic microorganisms in water supplies. The importance of E. coli as an indicator organism has led to numerous studies looking at cell properties and transport behavior of this microorganism. In many of these studies, however, only a single strain of E. ...

  • Compost Science & Utilization: Current research

    Materials and Methods Composting To Eradicate Fusarium Graminearum From Infested Livestock FeedInvestigators: Francis J. Larney, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Research Centre, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada; T. Kelly Turkington, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Research Centre, Lacombe, Alberta, Canada Objectives: Fusarium head blight, caused by Fusarium graminearum, could potentially become a ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Development of time-temperature probes for tracking inactivation during composting

    Performing compost quality assessment such as compost stability is quite necessary for rating the quality of horse manure and biowaste composts and meeting specific regulatory requirements on the composition and compost process. The aim of this study was to identify an appropriate feedstock composition for use in the production of high quality compost. The objectives were to (1) identify an ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Pragmatic farm composters forge new path to resource recovery

    AG CHOICE is an on-farm composting operation located in the scenic countryside of Andover, New Jersey. On the drive to tour their site, it was astounding just how much of New Jersey, our most densely populated state, is still rural. Jay and Jill Fischer operate the two-year-old facility, which is one of a kind in New Jersey. Jay also owns and operates a sawmill in the area, and it was while ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Better than Brundtland

    Untitled Document Introduction Sustainable entrepreneurship has gained greatly in significance in recent years. This is reflected in e.g. the heightened media attention for the subject. Triple Value has contributed to that public debate with articles and opinions, principally in het Financieele Dagblad. The present collection brings together 26 of these articles. They ...


    By Steward Redqueen

  • The horse and the molecule: reflections on biotechnology and social change

    Ethnographic accounts of the induced innovation created by the harnessing of horse technology on the Great Plains of North America are used as an analogy to situate social change as a consequence of biotechnology. Ethno historical reconstructions of social change on the Great Plains emphasise cultural continuity as a theme and this guides analysis in the case of biotechnology. The two narratives ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

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