Congratulations to Kelly from North Carolina!
She’s the winner of our Custom Leggings contest, sponsored by Fringe Western Wear and Leather Work, a Canadian business owned by Kathy Threlfall.
And while we’re giving props to our friends north of the border, check out One Degree Organic Foods. They produce super yummy foods and you can track ever single ingredient of every item right to its source. Pretty nifty. Their salt comes from our partners Redmond Mineral in Utah.
Meet our new and renewing advertising partners:
Darn Tough, the popular Vermont sock company, has come on board as an advertiser and a charter sponsor of the BestHorsePractices Summit.
Welcome Darn Tough!
We’re happy that Darn Tough is one of those special companies that recognizes the hard-working, outdoors-y horse community. They have socks to fit every horse outing, even fun cowgirl designs, like the Belle Star, inspired by a Western boot.
You’ll find even their mid-height socks like the Summit Stripe stay put. No slipping down past your heal, just all day comfort.
Steve Akeley continues to serve Maine and beyond with his equine dentistry practice. Akeley is a mindful guy who always takes as much time as each horse (or mule or donkey) needs. He invests in continuing education, too,
heading down to Oklahoma every year for regular recertification.
Dr. Petra Sullwold brings her chiropractic care to the pages of NickerNews and BestHorsePractices.
Welcome Dr. Sullwold!
Sullwold is even treating Jolene, a challenging mule and one of the NickerNews herd members. You can read more about this next week. Sullwold is certified by the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association. We love that Sullwold enjoys bolstering her work with current research. Indeed, her website lists scores of research pages. Read more here.