By Tara MatslerThe American Quarter Horse JournalFebruary 27, 2014
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No one is immune to disaster. So whether it’s a tornado, blizzard, hurricane, barn fire, flooding, earthquake, wildfires or what have you, it never hurts to be prepared. That proves especially true when you have horses counting on you to manage their well-being.
Now, you’d be Superwoman (or Superman) if you could account for every blow you might be dealt. But there are several things that you as a horse owner to prepare for disaster.
Get the lowdown on disaster preparedness for horse owners with these 10 tips from America’s Horse Daily, a premier online educational resource for all of your horse-related interests and activities.
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