Daily Horse CareEveryday horse care
Basic, daily and annual checklist for horse and pony care
Grooming your horse needs a lot of patience, and there are things you should have a daily, week, month and annual schedule of duties to take care of your horse well. This means, for example, that not all stallions have to be trained every six months. However, some stallions need to check their dentition more than once a year and some inoculations may need to be done more than once a year.
At least once a daily and more often, a vision control is indispensable. You will want to look for signs of injuries, diseases and barriers and other features in your horse's house that could cause trouble. Supply your horse with new, clear drinking and drinking tapwater. Clear, easily accessible groundwater is indispensable for good horse care.
Supply your horse with sufficient food and concentrate. When you feed your horse straw, it eats about 2% to 3% of its total daily fat content. Ensure sufficient protection and weather-dependent coverage. Designing your bunker, whether it is a run-in barn or a barn, is very important for correct care.
Horse need a place to come out of the breeze and get soaked. Perform a visible inspection for scratches, incisions, contusions and stab marks on your horse's leg, neck and belly. I think you should have a first-aid box for a horse at your fingertips. Perform a sight test for symptoms of diseases such as running eye or nose, cough, or wheez.
Wash your horse's hoofs and inspect for bruises or tears or lose footwear. Damn from the stable, when your horse is standing in the stable. The ammonia from liquid slurry and piss is detrimental to the horse's tongue and hoofs and can cause throttle type issues. There' some things you should be checking every week. It is important to have sufficient care, as well as to take care of the small tasks before they become too big, which nobody wants to cope with.
Verify the amount of concentrated feed, feed and litter present. You should try to have at least two weekly supplies available so that you do not run out in an emergencies situation. When grooming your horse on a small area, remove the dung from the docks. It reduces the number of birds, keeps the floor tidy for the same reasons you would keep a stable tidy, and creates a beautiful setting for you and your horse.
Inspect fencing for cracked tracks, loosened wires, projecting fingernails, loosely positioned doors, etc. that may cause injuries. When you get on your horse in a stall, make sure your bill is settled on schedule. Let your blacksmith trimm the hoofs or reposition the hoofs. Growing hoofs too long is tough for your horse's leg and not healthy for his hoofs.
There are some individuals who take a daily dosage of medications, others who have a six-week or nine-week timetable. It is important to have a deworming plan to keep your horse well. How often and how often you give your horse your vaccination depends on the illnesses that are common in your area. It may be necessary to check and swim some animals every six month.