At Bonnie Lea Farm, our philosophy is based on allowing horses to be horses. Weather permitting, horses are turned out on a daily basis. Paddocks and pastures, when not growing grass, are hayed to keep the horses happy and healthy.

Stalls are cleaned daily and bedded with shavings or sawdust as needed. All of the stalls have rubber mats to provide more cushion and a cleaner environment. Horses have ample access to hay and water when they are in, and are fed diet-specific grain in the morning and early evening. (We have worked with our grain suppliers, Poulin and R&R Wirtes to obtain soy free grains for improved health.) Supplements are fed in the morning and prescribed medications as directed by the veterinarian.

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