To Our Equine Enthusiast Family,
As previously announced, the Equine Science Center has created a webpage with a resource list for Covid-19 Equine Related Resources for New Jersey. The page is a compilation of phenomenal resources that have been made available by various groups. We will update this page as more resources are made available or updated. You can access it here.
While all of us continue to #StayHome to prevent the spread of the virus, the Center wanted to also showcase some fun resources to take your mind off things and provide a break from the news. Each week we will post a few links from our archives to interesting stories, fact sheets, podcasts, and other resources available on our site. Our professors have also been cataloging resources to share from other universities and websites that they believe are both educational and entertaining that we will include.
For the first week’s theme, we wanted to focus on pastures:
Join us this week on April 13th, April 14th, and April 20th for the “2020 Pasture Management Webinar Series“. Topics include “Basic Pasture Management,” “Horse Pasture Management,” and “Livestock Pasture Management.” For more information, and to learn how to join the webinars, Click Here!
Fact Sheet: A Guide To More Productive And Nutrient Dense Horse Pastures
Podcast: The Importance of Pastures
Media: Evaluating Your Pasture on Small Livestock Farms
“Horses In The Morning Radio Show”: “Rotational Grazing: What You Should Be Doing” presented by Laura Kenny
For the Kids: Nelson’s Blog Post – “Is Your Grass Greener? – Pasture Renovation”
As always, our equine experts are available to help. For any pasture questions, or questions in general, please feel free to visit our Ask The Expert Portal. Here you can submit a question at the bottom of the page, and one of our Experts will respond directly to you.
We hope that this first list will keep you informed and entertained, and we look forward to seeing you back on our website next week!
As always, we will remain dedicated to providing “Better Horse Care through Research and Education” during these difficult times.
The Equine Science Center