Horse Retirement Blog

Winter Horse Care

Caring for your horse during the cold months isn’t harder than other times, but there are a few things to watch out for. Factors like ice, snow, and freezing temperatures are not uncommon during the winter so let’s find out how to be more prepared for when they come.

Horse Teeth Floating

Horse teeth floating is a dental process to remove the sharp points that form on horse’s teeth. It also makes an even grinding pattern for the horse’s chewing which aids in digestion.

Equine Senior Feed

Senior horse feed is a complete feed designed to replace some or all long-stemmed forage for horses that have trouble chewing or digesting hay. Equine senior feed contains fiber sources and to help your senior horse that is struggling with poor dentition to maintain it’s physical condition.

What does Horse Retirement Cost?

Horse Retirement Costs can range from $100 to $2000 per month. However, the median prices will be from $300-$600 per month. What should you expect to get from these costs? Look at the chart below where we compare three different horse retirement farm costs.

Retirement Horse Farm

Imagine a place where horses can live out the rest of their life with a caring staff to ensure that not only are all their needs met, but where they can make new friends and live peacefully. We are talking about a retirement horse farm.