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  Equine Impact in Georgia –  Study Results

Considerations in Selecting Land for a Horse Farm

Georgia Equine License Plate Form

  Open Letter from the Forest Service
  Healthy Horses, Healthy Land: Self-Assessment and Guide for Horse Owners & Boarders

The Equine Species Working Group (ESWG) was created to represent the horse industry’s interest in the National Animal Identification System. Click here to read “NAIS and Horses: The facts surrounding the National Animal Identification System (NAIS) as it applies to the horse industry in the U.S.”

If you’re in the market to sell your farm, you need to do everything you can to make your property attractive to potential buyers. Horse properties are a special niche market—here, three realtors who specialize in equestrian real estate talk about what matters most when putting your farm on the market
Living next door to a national forest allows a homeowner to enjoy the beauty of the forest, the abundance of wildlife, the opportunity for spectacular scenery, and a sense of solitude. For information on a variety of topics that property owners should find useful, read Living Next Door to a National Forest.

This guide will help you enjoy the trails within the Chattahoochee and Oconee National Forests. These two forests contain more than 500 miles of trails for hikers, off-road vehicles (ORV’s), mountain bicycles, and horseback riding. The hiking trails offer experiences for everyone from expert backpacker to the novice hiker.

As Georgia gains prominence as a leading horse farm state, Pickens County is showing signs it will be an important staging ground in what could become a thriving market in the near future. Click here to see how Pickens County horse owners show their presence at local cash registers and businesses.

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