Equiculture - keeping horses in a way that is good for your horses, yourself and the environment

Horse pasture/land management made easy

It is difficult to know the best way to keep horses and manage the land they live on in today's rapidly changing world. You have likely received conflicting advice in the past. 

This website is an information-based resource for horse owners/managers. It provides straightforward education about responsible, sustainable, and ethical best practices for managing horses and the ecosystem of which they are a part.

Learn about horse pasture management, grassland management, horse property management, alternative equine grazing and management systems, horse behaviour, horse welfare, rider biomechanics and much more.

This One Welfare approach to keeping horses is a true win-win-win

Read some of our numerous Equiculture endorsements:

''We had a brilliant afternoon with Jane and Stuart Myers of Equiculture and it’s changed our pasture management thinking for the (so much) better. Thanks for both for coming to our little place…you have made a big difference to the way manage our land 🙏''

Deborah Meadon – star of BBC 2 Dragons Den TV show (UK)

''The Equiculture approach to everything horsey - from how you manage your horses to how you ride - has been a revelation for me. My horses have benefited so much. My partner also loves this approach and is now much more involved in our improved 'horse lifestyle.''

Julie Spencer, USA

"Forget micro-management, go Equicentral and embrace macro-management then sit back and watch the horses thrive. it's a revelation."

April Chalklin-Costa - Puckshott Farm Livery, UK

"If you have horses on small acreage, the Equiculture information is absolutely invaluable. You'll save tonnes of money on feed, have healthy land, healthy horses and your property will look fabulous."

Anna Marian - Equine Dentist - Australia

Where to start? Make sure you explore the website:

Our BLOG has many great posts

But first of all why not sign up for our:

FREE mini-course about horses, pasture and grazing

Our strategy at a glance:

Equiculture our vision

Our vision:

A world where the needs of domestic horses are met by providing them with a species-appropriate ‘lifestyle’ that recognizes horses as part of an ecosystem, not separate from it.

Our mission:

To ensure domestic horses have the best life possible by educating horse owners about:






Equiculture our beliefs

Our beliefs:

1. Domestic horses have innate behavioural and physical needs that should be met.

2. Domestic horses deserve the best life that we can provide for them.

3. Domestic horses can be managed in a way that is good for them and, at the same time, good for the wider environment.

4. All horse owners / managers should strive to continuously improve the 'lifestyle' of the horses in their care and be good land custodians.

Equiculture our values

Our values:

1. We are innovative.

2. We are empathetic.

3. We are qualified.

4. We are committed.

5. We have integrity.

Our priorities:

Education about responsible, sustainable, and ethical best practices for horses, people and the environment - also known as the One Welfare concept.

Equiculture our ambitions

Our ambitions:

1. To continue to challenge ‘traditional’ myths about horses, horsekeeping, pasture, grassland & land management.

2. To reach and challenge the thinking of a significant percentage of the horse owning population.

3. To continue to work closely with environmental organizations to deliver more information to more horse owners.

4. To be the worldwide recognized authority on horse pasture management and the One Welfare approach to horse, human and environment management.

One Welfare:

The concept that the environment, animal welfare and human wellbeing are all interconnected and influence each other.

Equiculture - One Welfare

How did we develop our approach?

Over many years, we have drawn from concepts such as Permaculture, Regenerative Farming, Rewilding (with large herbivores), Natural Sequence Farming etc. We have learned from some of the best Natural Resource Managers in the world. We have added this information to our background and extensive research into Equine Grazing Behaviour. From this, we developed an alternative and innovative approach to managing horses and the land that they live on (horse pasture management) that aligns with the One Welfare concept.

We have been teaching this information to horse owners and managers worldwide for over 30 years.

Sign up for our FREE mini-course (seven short videos - total time of about one hour)

By the end of this mini-course, you will understand a great deal about horses, pasture and how to manage them sustainably.

Read more of what people have to say about us and our work:

Paula King AUS

''Jane and Stuart Myers have changed our lives. I wish I had met them sooner. When you start to 'think outside the box' anything is possible, and this is what Jane and Stuart have made me do. The way I keep my horses now works with rather than against my principles.''

 Becks Cato NZ 

 "As I write this I'm feeling an incredible amount of relief that my horse was able to graze on grass happily for a whole 12 hr stretch earlier this week! This is purely down to the science-based guidelines from Equiculture I have been able to implement in my horse's living environment."

Joanne Cooke UK

 ''I like to support people who are trying to make positive change in the world. However my expectations of what I get for my money have been massively exceeded. You get loads of really great stuff. I'm loving working through the course and learning loads.''

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