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Agritourism growth sparks concerns over safety and liability

BY LISA RATHKETHE ASSOCIATED PRESSFarm owners are urged to take steps so their facilities and equipment are safe to help prevent accidents.SOUTH HERO, Vt. — As more farms open themselves up to…Continue

Tags: risk, management, Insurance, Safety, Farm

Started by Brent Allen in AEA News & Discussion Aug 16, 2015.

Horse ownership and involvement has stabilized and is likely to rise

The equine industry has found stability and shows positive signs of growth, especially among young adult horse owners and event participants, according to results of a survey by American Horse…Continue

Tags: survey, equine, States, United

Started by Brent Allen in AEA News & Discussion Aug 9, 2015.

Liability Releases for Equine Businesses

By Rachel McCart  - June 11, 2015 --- "These waivers are worth far more than the paper they're written on" We’ve all heard, “Liability releases aren’t worth the paper they’re written on.” However,…Continue

Tags: releases, liability, Equine

Started by Brent Allen in AEA Forum Jun 28, 2015.

Michigan’s Equine Activity Liability Act amended to remove “negligence” exception for professionals and sponsors

On June 23, 2015, Michigan’s Gov. Rick Snyder signed into law an amendment to Michigan’s Equine Activity Liability Act (“EALA”).  The law was amended by Public Act 87 of 2015.  THE…Continue

Tags: amendment, law, equine, Michigan

Started by Brent Allen in AEA News & Discussion Jun 26, 2015.

Blog Posts

The equine vs. human point of view – which do you use?

By Neil Davies | February 25, 2015  ---

Whenever you work with a horse, you must try to see everything from his point of view. Forget about the human point of view. You must concentrate on what works best for your horse.

Most people feel apprehensive when they start a horse under saddle. The last thing they want to do is actually get on the horse’s back, because they’re worried he might buck. So they spend days and sometimes weeks chasing horses with waving flags and flapping…


Posted by Brent Allen on February 25, 2015 at 7:00am

Insuring Equine Assisted Therapy & Human Service Programs

By Brent Allen

Allen Financial Insurance Group / The Equestrian Group

Ask any horseman about the physical and mental therapeutic value of their horse and they will almost certainly share stories extolling it’s virtues.  There is a special…


Posted by Brent Allen on March 2, 2014 at 12:20pm


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