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Trafalgar Square Releases First-Ever Guide to Eco-Friendly Horse Care
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Trafalgar Square Books is pleased to announce the publication of Eco-Horsekeeping: Over 100 Budget-Friendly Ways You and Your Horse Can Save the Planet by Lucinda Dyer. FINALLY, the advice you need to stop worrying about the environment and start doing something about saving it—while at the same time saving money! And best of all, your green initiative can begin in the barn, alongside your horse, where you already spend some of the prime hours of your day. Who knew the cheapest, easiest planet-friendly practices could revolve around your equestrian passion? So dig into Eco-Horsekeeping’s economical tips, and help preserve the planet for generations of riders and horse owners to come.
With positive-action-packed sections for the barn, the horse, the rider, the farm, and of course trailering and showing “on the road,” you won’t find a better practical guide to the very best ways to cleaner, greener, more sustainable horsekeeping practices. From the simplest recycling techniques to sun and wind power, from basic water conservation to manure management, you’ll not only get the low-down on popular eco trends and techniques, you’ll find fantastic ideas you never thought of before. Plus, you’ll see how businesses, riders, and barn and farm owners throughout the country are already successfully pursuing their own green initiatives. The result? A surefire source of both eco-friendly information and inspiration.
Once part of the problem—“I tossed hundreds of water bottles in the barn trash, didn’t care where manure ended up as long as it wasn’t in my horse’s stall, and wasted untold gallons of water in a losing battle to keep a gray horse squeaky clean”—LUCINDA DYER is now as passionate about the environment as she is about horses (well almost). She lives outside Nashville, Tennessee, and works as a literary publicist and freelance writer. She is the author of Back to Work: How to Rehabilitate or Recondition Your Horse.
168 pp ∙ 6 x 9 ∙ 978 1 57076 416 5 ∙ $16.95 pb
To order contact: Trafalgar Square Books, Box 257, Howe Hill Road, N. Pomfret, VT 05053 800.423.4525 ∙ www.horseandriderbooks.com