I’ve had an awesome day today at a free Jane Myers event put on by the ever kind, Melbourne Water. Did you know that they help with funding for those wanting to protect waterways on their property within a certain area?
The day was focused around horse property management and directed at those that own land in the Cardinia area that has water frontage. Now, arguably I fit neither of those criteria, but it was free, around the corner from mum and dad’s and I didn’t want to miss out!
I’m very much glad that I didn’t miss the day – it afforded the chance to learn so many practical ways to improve a property and make use of it’s strengths while turning the weaknesses into positives, also. As Robert Kiyosaki says, “your greatest assests are your mind and your time.” Today was definitely a good investment for both areas.
For those of you not familiar with Jane or Stuart Myers, do yourself a favour and take a look at their Equiculture website. The site is focused around being responsible horse owners and how taking a little effort to look after a property will result in the property looking after your horses.
Although in Australia, they do travel around, both being from the UK originally and their ideas can be applicable to many horse owners and horse property owners.
I think I have a half dozen ideas for new articles on account of today! For those interested in this topic, Managing Horses on Small Properties by Jane Myers would be worth the investment.
Horses comment on a car -“150 horsepower, big deal. I’d be impressed if it ran on hay.”