…horses may get more treats! It’s a win-win scenario!

We all know that these are tough economic times, and sometimes it can be hard to find ways to save money. Of course, owning a horse can be a big expense and my friends at the Rutgers Equine Science Center are hosting a seminar to show you how to make it more economical! So round up your friends and join us!

Carey Williams will be leading the discussion at the annual Horse Management Seminar on Saturday, February 4th from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm at the Cook Campus Center in New Brunswick, NJ. The seminar’s theme is “Responsible Horse Ownership in a Tough Economic Climate” and will feature presentations by several equine industry experts spanning topics from business planning for equestrians, marketing and promotion of horses and services, to reducing feed costs by improving pastures, the cost of keeping a horse, and economical veterinary care.

You’ll probably have a bunch of questions following the presentations…lucky for you, the seminar will conclude with a panel discussion and question and answer session from the professionals! They will help you learn the best ways to keep horses happy and healthy; and equine businesses successful and profitable, without breaking the bank!

Check out the brochure for more information about the seminar. Don’t forget, you can always reach out to your old pal Lord Nelson if you have any horsey questions. Send me an email at LordNelson@aesop.rutgers.edu and I’ll be sure to reply quickly; unless you happen to email while I’m napping or snacking!

Your buddy,
Hoof print_brown

Comments (2)

  1. casino guide

    Mar 13, 2012

    Business preparing for equestrians, promotion and promotion of horse and services thanks for sharing this...
    • Lord Nelson

      Mar 15, 2012

      Have you seen my most recent blog post? My friends at the Equine Science Center are hosting a webinar on Equine Marketability and Promotion on Tuesday, April 3 at 7:00 pm. You can tune in from your computer in the comfort of your own home - it's easy! Check the Center website at esc.rutgers.edu!

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