Archive for the ‘Hoof Health’ Category

Daily Hoof Care

Friday, September 2nd, 2016

“No hoof, no horse!” We seem to hear that phrase a lot in the horse world. Taking care of your horse’s hooves are essential for your horse’s livelihood. Daily hoof care benefits more than your horse’s hooves; it can give you early clues to potential problems and so that you can address the issues. Daily […]

Oops! I Spilled Water In My Stall!

Monday, November 23rd, 2015

I’ve helped out at a lot of different barns over the years. I like seeing exactly how everyone operates their facility and has their own particular ways. But no matter what, when I am in a barn and I am filling water buckets they always say “don’t let it overflow!!” If you have a deep […]

SuperStalls Can Help You Go Green Too!

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015

Last week I focused my weekly blog on how our footing can help your barn to “Go Green”. This week we’re going to continue the discussion and focus on our SuperStall Mattress Systems. Our SuperStall Mattress system is a wall to wall mattress consisting of foam and a topcover. The topcover attaches to the wall […]

How Much Bedding is Too Much?

Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

I’m going to continue on with answering popular questions that we get here at IGK Equestrian. The past few weeks I covered questions on our foam, and how it has less than 1 percent compaction over time, and now I will tackle (drum roll please) how much bedding to put in the stall on top […]

No Foam Compaction, Ever!

Tuesday, September 1st, 2015

I’ve had a few questions lately on how our foam does over time. So I thought this would be the perfect topic for this week’s blog. My favorite thing about my job is catching up with old customers of ours. It’s usually a call or sometimes they’ll return an email describing how much their horse […]