Equine Field Day Held In Molino

September 9, 2018

The Escambia County Equine Field Day Saturday in Molino was  a hands-on learning opportunity for horse owners and enthusiasts from across the area.

Participants learned about a variety of topics, including equine vaccinations, hoof and leg care, nutrition, pasture weed control, exercise physiology, and other relevant topics related to the Florida equine industry.

The events was held at the Escambia County 4-H Livestock Facility on south Highway 99 in Molino.

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2 Responses to “Equine Field Day Held In Molino”

  1. bartender on September 9th, 2018 10:41 am

    so wonderful to see people come out and learned about these abused horses and how they can become loved again.thank you diane lowery for caring so much for these animals.wish i could take on more horses but feed has gotten so high,its hard to keep to many.god bless all the people who came out and take hands on.

  2. Rational on September 9th, 2018 10:25 am

    If more horse owners attended these free educational sessions, there would be less horse abuse. Educated horse owners are the key to treating these beautiful, sweet animals for a good life.





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