The holidays are fast approaching, and with them come colder temperatures, snow and ice. If you own a Pennsylvania horse farm or take care of horses, you’ll want to take some time during the rest of the fall season to prepare your barn and animals for winter. Snow is not just an inconvenience, it can… [Read More]
$750,000, 3Bd/2.5Ba Single Family House, 3187 sqft. Cindy Stys | Cindy Stys Equestrian & Country Properties, Ltd | email@example.com | Kesslersville Rd, Nazareth, PA 18064 Spectacular Equestrian Estate 3Bd/2.5Ba Single Family House $750,000 Year Built 1999 Sq Footage 3187 sqft. Bedrooms 3 Beds Bathrooms 2.5 Baths Floors 2 Parking 4+ Off street Laundry In… [Read More]
Riders and horse owners looking for an affordable, professional boarding and lesson facility in the Pocono Mountains need look no further than the newly-opened Northridge Equestrian Center. Operating out of the beautiful Silver Cloud Farm in Gilbert, PA, Northridge offers boarding and lessons for riders of all ages. The Eick family manages the boarding… [Read More]
by Brigita McKelvie Many are looking for ways to save our earth and environment by going green. Those of us with horse properties can take these simple steps to help preserve this earth. Compost horse manure.Composted horse manure makes great fertilizer. It has lots of nutrients in it. Local gardeners are more than happy to… [Read More]
By Brigita McKelvie During my years of being a real estate agent in Pennsylvania, I have many listing appointments mostly with Sellers of rural and horse properties and farms. I arrive at the appointments well prepared with information and a Market Analysis. After touring the house and property, I sit down with the Sellers to… [Read More]
After what seems like an endless winter, we are finally starting to see some warmer temperatures here in Eastern PA. The trees are beginning to bud, daffodils are poking their heads out of the soil, and there’s mud everywhere! It’s time to do all the chores you’ve been waiting all winter to get done. If… [Read More]
Did you know that riding arena footing eventually wears out and needs to be replaced? Through normal use and weather, footing materials eventually break down. Look for these signs to see if your footing needs to be replaced: -If the base of your arena on your PA horse property is starting to show through, it… [Read More]
In our beautiful state, we can get quite a bit of rain which is what keeps our PA horse farms green (at least for the majority of the year) ! While rain may put a damper on your riding plans, it can also save you money and help the environment by making your PA horse… [Read More]
Because of the proximity of PA horse farms to areas where wildlife live and roam, horse owners need to take precautions against this deadly disease
You can give the arena on your PA horse farm a little flair by re-painting your jumps this spring.
Mud is a fact of life for Pennsylvania horse farm owners, and come spring our horses transform into hairy, muddy messes on four legs. Boots are sucked off, horseshoes get lost in the muck, and the ground around gates and high-traffic areas transforms into swampland.
If you have horses at home, or plan on owning a horse farm in PA you know that taking care of horses isn’t cheap, and it’s a lot of work! Michele Klesmer at The Pitchfork Chronicles is a life-long horse owner who has put together a website filled with information and tips to help make horse farm… [Read More]