Industry Resources and Websites
FENCING & GATE MANUFACTURERS
Keystone Fence Supplies, LLC is your one stop shop for all your agricultural, equine and game fencing supplies & accessories. They carry round and half round posts, square posts, split rail fencing, slip boards, electric, tensile wire, galvanized wire, fence hardware and tools, horse fence, electronic equipment and more.
Since 1938 Powder River has provided the highest quality squeeze chutes, working systems, classic gates and panels. They also produce several top quality items for the equine industry including stalls, round pens, gates and feeders. Powder River also provides cowboy tough rodeo equipment, cattle guards, dog kennels and more.
Priefert® is a leading manufacturer of rodeo & ranch equipment including bucking chutes, horse walkers, squeeze chutes, & 3 point tractor implements.
Red Brand has a premium line of agricultural fencing products and reigns as one of the most recognized brands of farm fence in the United States. Since 1889 Red Brand has been standing guard with top quality, American-made fence products for a wide variety of applications.
As the nation’s largest manufacturer of farm gates and animal management and feeding equipment, Tarter produces more than 850 products. Their branded products are carried in the nation’s best-known farm and ranch stores.
PUBLICATIONS WE ENJOY
The American Quarter Horse Association, located in Amarillo, Texas, is the world’s largest equine breed registry and membership organization. AQHA members share a passion for the American Quarter Horse and the vast lifestyle created by the world’s most popular horse.
BEEF, America's leading cattle publication, publishes 12 monthly issues for cow/calf operators, stocker-growers, cattle feeders, veterinarians, nutritionists and allied industries.
Graze is a publication devoted to promoting management-intensive grazing and family-scale livestock farms. Each of their issues is packed with moneymaking ideas from "real" grazing farmers and ranchers who make their living from the land.
GRIT offers practical advice, product reviews, livestock guides, gardening, cooking and other do-it-yourself information, humor and the inspirational stories of folks who moved to the country and love it. Each issue covers topics related to country living, land management, wildlife, gardening, livestock or pets, skills and techniques, seasonal food, community, machinery or tools, and lifestyle events.
Hobby Farms Magazine
Hobby Farms is the magazine for rural enthusiasts – hobby farmers, small production farmers and those passionate about the country. Hobby Farms caters to all aspects of rural life – from small farm equipment, to livestock, to crops. Hobby Farms highlights “rural living for pleasure and profit.
For more than 30 years, Horse Illustrated has served the hands-on horse owner by promoting the best in horse management, riding and training for all breeds and styles of riding. Along with their website, www.HorseChannel.com, Horse Illustrated provides the latest horse news plus essential information about equine health, nutrition, grooming and all aspects of horse care plus English and western training solutions, breed profiles and more.
If you have questions about delivering and raising lambs, calculating a lambing due-date or preparing your young flock for show, RaisingSheep.net has a variety of informative, interactive resources tailor-made for the modern shepherd. From our expansive directory of breeds to our numerous (and growing) informative articles about raising sheep, we hope you'll bookmark our page, join our mailing list and come back often.
Learn Equestrian is a place for all your equine needs. Whether you are a beginner, novice or a master of equine, learn equestrian is a great place for you.
World Fence News is a monthly tabloid trade newspaper circulated to fence contractors, subcontractors, installers, manufacturers, wholesalers, dealers, retailers, sales agents, importers and exporters of commercial, industrial, and residential fencing and related products, equipment and services, including access control and security.
FRIENDS OF THE INDUSTRY
AAEP is an association that wants to improve the health and welfare of the horse, to further the professional development of its members, and to provide resources and leadership for the benefit of the equine industry.
The American Miniature Llama Association exists to facilitate the sharing of information between breeders, owners, and anyone interested in miniature llamas. Their goal is to expand the awareness and market potential of this unique species of animals.
The American Miniature Horse Association promotes the breeding, use and perpetuation of a standard of equine excellence in miniature. Horses registered with AMHA must meet the Association Standard of Perfection and cannot exceed 34 inches in height measured from the last hairs of the mane.
The American Public Health Association is the oldest and most diverse organization of public health professionals in the world and has been working to improve public health since 1872. The Association aims to protect all Americans, their families and their communities from preventable, serious health threats and strives to assure community-based health promotion and disease prevention activities and preventive health services are universally accessible in the United States.
From its beginning in 1891, ASHA has attained its current position of leadership in the horse world because of the individual efforts of its active members. The American Saddlebred may not be the largest breed, but it has often been referred to as "a jewel of a breed." ASHA continually works to keep that precious jewel polished, pure, and shining brightly.
The Friesian Horse Association of North America (FHANA) works in concert with the original parent organization the Friesch Paarden-Stamboek (FPS) in the Netherlands. FHANA’s main goal is the integrity of the Friesian Horse.
Through three mergers, numerous organizational splits, economic busts, natural disasters, world wars, changing political views and evolving consumer wants, the National Cattlemen's Beef Association has persevered as the voice of the American beef industry.