Animals Still Need Their Supplies - Let's Make It as Safe as Possible!
and on a more positive note:
Scoot Boot Q&A Day - Saturday, May 2nd
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
Hay and Shavings Orders - Adjusting to the New "Normal"
We wanted to let you know that here at the farm we plan to be open and continue making deliveries to our customers as usual,
but being extra cautious while we do so in light of the current situation. Your animals still need to get their supplies. If you are an elderly customer and are reluctant to go out, please contact us about having hay or shavings delivered at 603-617-8363
. We want to make sure that the animals have what's needed without putting their owners at risk by leaving the house in the coming weeks. Our delivery drivers will keep their distance from customers and we are requesting that any checks be placed in an envelope and left in the barn if possible, to minimize contact. Credit cards will still be accepted and can be done online instead of in person.
Can Your Horse Go Barefoot?
"Scoot Boots: The closest you can get to natural"
Q&A Session, Demonstrations, Fittings, Saturday, May 2nd
We have partnered with Beth Lewis of Equibalance Farrier Services to be an "approved stockist" for Scoot Boots, protective hoof boots for horses. Beth will be on hand here at the farm to answer your questions and demonstrate how to use Scoot Boots (including some great tips and hacks) between 10am and 3pm on Saturday, May 2nd. There will be free fittings for those that want to bring a horse to the farm. Spots are limited so please reserve with Tammy or Beth. Visit the Scoot Boot website at
www.ScootBoots.com to learn more about them and see many informative videos on their
YouTube page. They have many accessories for the boots, including studs that can be added for the winter months. If it rains on May 2nd, the event will be rescheduled. Learn more about Beth Lewis at
Questions? Contact me by phone or text to 603-617-8363.