With horse ownership comes great responsibility; we have a responsibility to manage our horses to the best of our ability and to do this sustainably and ethically. Horse keeping has changed dramatically in the last 30 to 40 years and there are many new challenges facing contemporary horse owners.
This book will help to convince you that good land management is worthwhile on many levels and yields many rewards. You will learn how to manage your land in a way that will save you time and money, keep your horses healthy and content and be good for the environment all at the same time. A rare win-win situation.
Good design leads to better living and working spaces. It is therefore very important that we look at our property as a whole with a view to creating a design that will work for our chosen lifestyle, our chosen horse pursuit, keep our horses healthy and happy, enhance the environment and to be pleasing to the eye, all at the same time.
Save lots by buying the whole set. This set of books is an up to date approach to the subject of horsekeeping. Written by Jane Myers and Stuart Myers - experienced authors, international speakers on the subject of Sustainable Horsekeeping and recipients of a Churchill Fellowship in 2012.
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Jane Myers MSc (Equine) studied the grazing behaviour of horses at the prestigious Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies (Edinburgh) - a world leader in veterinary education, research, and clinical practice.
Jane and Stuart have been horse owners/managers for many years. They have lived and kept horses in various climates ranging from temparate (warm/wet/cold) to tropical (hot/wet and hot/dry).
They have spent many years teaching horse owners around the world about better ways of keeping horses.
They were recipients of a Churchill Fellowship in 2012 to further study the subject of sustainability and horses.
They are the authors of several books about horses including titles published by CSIRO in Australia.Find out more about them here...