Women Managing Horses

This course offers women an opportunity to learn more about Iowa’s equine industry from a business and production perspective. The USDA 2017 Census of Agriculture reported nearly 55,000 horses, ponies, mules and donkeys on more than 9,000 farms in Iowa. The state’s total sales of equine was $19.7 million, ranking Iowa 11th in the nation.

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As horse owners and business managers, women make important decisions about the equine in their care. Horses, ponies, mules and donkeys are an important part of Iowa’s agricultural economy and landscape. Sessions cover financial documentation and breakeven analysis, equine insurance, annual horse health care plans, evaluation of feed rations, marketing your equine business, environmental management, and land use decisions. The course is taught in the tradition of Annie’s Project and incorporates a comfortable and supportive learning environment. This is a 12-hour course and the cost of participant registration is $75.00.

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