We are still taking orders, however due to social distancing requirements we are not able to be as efficient. We are protecting our staff to provide products to you. We are also operating a reduced telephone service. thank you for your understanding. Delivery can take up to 15 days. More information here.
Swipe to the left

Little Fields Blog

RSS Feed

Reasons to Get a Dog Coat for Your Canine

By Little Fields Farm 6 months ago 2309 Views

Does your dog really need a coat? Contrary to popular belief, the purpose of a dog coat is not just making your dog look stylish; it has a variety of other benefits. Dog coats are sweaters for your dogs in the winters. Not only this, there are many other reasons to get a dog coat which we will discuss in this article. Keep reading to find out more.

How to Choose the Right Collar for Your Puppy

By Little Fields Farm 6 months ago 2502 Views

Whether you are a new dog parent or have been one for years, finding the perfect dog collar for a young pup is a very challenging task. A right dog collar is essential to ensure that your puppy’s neck and shoulders are comfortable wearing it.

Common Horse Hoof Ailments and Their Treatment

By Little Fields Farm 6 months ago 2479 Views

As a horse owner, it is your responsibility to take care of your horse’s limb condition to ensure balanced mobility and overall well-being. Any injury, disease or damage can greatly affect the general health of the horse and make it worse with time.

A Guide to Feeding an Orphan Foal

By Little Fields Farm 6 months ago 2600 Views

Feeding a newborn foal properly is essential as it has a profound impact on the health of the horse for the rest of its life. Foals have a very rapid growth rate, and most foals reach about 50% of their weight and height by the age of six months. A steady supply of nutrition is required to achieve this rate of growth. But, an orphan foal is deprived of the natural nutrition of its mother’s milk.

A Basic Guide To Horse Hoof Care

By Little Fields Farm 6 months ago 2517 Views

The structure of the horse’s feet is naturally designed to support its body weight. Therefore, taking care of horse hooves is essential to ensure its long term well-being. Routine foot care is extremely vital as any possible issues with the hooves can significantly affect the mobility and health of the horse.

The Do’s and Don’ts of Feeding Treats to Horses

By Little Fields Farm 6 months ago 2519 Views

Many horse owners offer treats to their horses to say thank you for performing their jobs well. The treats are also given as rewards while training. And while there is nothing wrong with giving your horse a few tasty snacks now and then, there are a few things you need to be careful with when selecting the type and amount of treats.

How to Help a Horse Gain Weight

By Little Fields Farm 6 months ago 2299 Views

Your horse could be underweight for a variety of reasons. It doesn’t necessarily have to be diet-related; it could be a dental issue or any other digestive problem.

6 Common Horse Feeding Mistakes

By Little Fields Farm 6 months ago 2303 Views

As a new horse owner, you may not be well equipped with the essential knowledge of horse care, especially when it comes to their diet. Generally, horse owners love feeding their horses as its fun to see your horse jumping with excitement when they see you with their food. This is the reason many horse owners end up overfeeding their horses.

7 Tips to Keep Your Horse Stress-free In the Summer

By Little Fields Farm 6 months ago 2124 Views

The summer heat can be quite stressful for horses, especially once the temperature starts hiking above 35 degrees. You need to take quick measures to ensure your horse is comfortable.

Autumn Pest Infestation in Your Garden

By Little Fields Farm 6 months ago 2489 Views

The crops in the autumn season need extra time to ripe as they don't receive enough sunlight. The least you would ask in this situation is a garden free of insect infestation.