While equine law may not be the most exciting part of owning a horse, it is important that you brush up on your equine law knowledge to avoid headaches down the line and keep horse ownership fun and rewarding.
Everything a homesteader needs to know, to legally run a homestead.
This website is the one I've been searching for, for years; a compilation of knowledge on all things horsemanship, including practical advice on how to start an equestrian business.
No matter your experience level with horses or homesteading, I hope this is a place you can get lost in, and learn something along the way - we welcome everyone from vets, to lifelong ranchers, trainer, to nonprofits contributing.
How to Seed a Pasture Once I learned how to prepare my pastures for horses, and how to prepare to move my horses from a dry lot to a paddock, the next question was what do I need to do to keep my pastures healthy? Here are some tips on how to seed a pasture. […]
Today we are taking a break from our trusty equine and homesteading guides to enjoy the finer things in life. Fine equestrian art, that is. We sat down with Cayla, the artist of Studio 31 to learn about the story behind her equestrian art studio. Here’s what she had to say. Table of Contents Artist […]
If you own land or run a business on that land, it is imperative that you look into estate planning for your farm business. If you intend to pass your estate down through the family, you need a solid succession plan to transfer assets and operations to them. Long gone are the days when little […]
Preparing Pastures for Horses One of the most important aspects of horse ownership, and horsemanship, is ensuring that your horses have a safe pasture to live in. Seemingly simple, quite a bit goes into figuring out exactly what makes a pasture safe for horses. Read on for a breakdown of preparing pastures for horses! Table […]
Once you’ve “put your work out in the world,” it’s technically a business as soon as it’s monetized! Whether that’s starting up your homesteading blog, opening a barn, or selling your creative work, even if it feels like a hobby, it becomes a business anytime money starts changing hands. Businesses must use contracts to protect themselves, and […]
How to Move Horses to a New Pasture The biggest question I had when building our horse farm? How exactly should I prepare both the horses, and the pastures for the horses? Our horses will be moving from a mostly dry lot to acres and acres of pastures, which can be tricky for a horse’s […]
One of the most common questions I’ve been asked regarding Fairway Stables: what are we planning as we build our soon-to-be equestrian facility, horse farm, and home on our acreage in Oklahoma? So, we’ve made a quick outline for building a horse farm. Fairway Stables will offer an overnight boarding facility for equestrians in the […]
Aside from sharing knowledge of horsemanship and equine law, one of the fundamental values of Fairway Stables™ is to support 501(c)(3)s making a real impact in the equestrian and ranching world. When founding this business, there was no question as to who I wanted to feature first. I am humbled to share Heroes and Horses […]
Do you have a scenic or unique property? Or a picturesque space for events? So beautiful that people might pay to use it? Turning your space into a venue is a great way to start a business or simply make some extra cash, but it does come with its risks. Today, we are breaking down […]
Following up on this post…. Starting a homesteading website or blog can be a great way to drive traffic to your existing homesteading business. It can also be a perfect foundation for launching a brand new one. How to start a homesteading blog (legally) When it comes to keeping your homesteading blog or website legal, […]
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