Archive for Horses

“The Soul of a Horse has changed my life!”

“I just wanted to drop you a note and tell you that The Soul of a Horse has changed my life and my horses! My relationship with my horses is so much better. It wasn’t bad before but it has reached a whole new level. I’m so thrilled. It all makes so much sense to me! I just placed an order for several more of your books. Thank you for sharing the knowledge you have learned, and the love you have for your herd!!” Ewing Miller

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Just hanging out today with our once wild mustang Saffy

It;s amazing what 35 days of No Agenda Time can accomplish. https://thesoulofahorse.com/mind-boggling-this-life-with-two-very-special-mustangs/

 

Why Supplement?

Because Omega 3s Are Essential for Your Horse

Every domestic horse on the planet needs Omega 3 supplementation because no one, not horse or human, can manufacture their own Omega 3s. A horse in the wild will get his Omega 3 needs from the many varied kinds of fresh native grasses that have never been exposed to chemical fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, and never been GMO’d. Domestic pastures virtually always come up short because they have been heavily exposed to some or all of the above. Grass hay loses its Omega 3s when it’s cut and dried. So every domestic horse needs supplementation. Even more so if your horse is experiencing dry scaly itchy skin, dull coat, joint pain/inflammation, poor hoof growth, allergies, or pregnancy, which is a condition associated with Omega-3 deficiency because the foal’s fast-growing brain, eye, and organ cells use up all available Omega-3s from the mare.

Omega 3s are absolutely essential to your horse in so many ways. They fight inflammation, they support and build the immune system, improve bone and joint health, restore cracked and brittle hooves and support strong solid hoof growth, Read More→

Our Paddock Paradise – What We Did, How We Did It, and Why

So many people have asked us what we did, how we did it, and why. So we put the answers in a video (above). BTW, see if you can spot the star and co-star of Benji Off the Leash :)

The Soul of a Horse Gallops into 16th Printing!

Yay! More happy horses! And more happy humans :). Have you ever wondered what kind of person could begin writing a book like The Soul of a Horse less than a year-and-a-half after acquiring his very first one? I have. There were times when I thought I was crazy. How could all of the discoveries we were making be true? Surely someone would have been talking about them before now. “Keep writing,” Kathleen said. And I, the dutiful husband, did. And I’m so glad I did. Below is the result:

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“Joe Camp is a master storyteller.”
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Trust Yourself to Try and Err

For years I’ve called the process of making Benji movies trial-and-error film making. I always – well, usually – know what I want to see up there on the screen, but almost never know how to get it on film. I remember late one night in Oregon on Benji the Hunted there were about twelve of us crammed and bundled around the camera which was sitting on the dirt pointed down at a tiny little cougar cub who was supposed to be looking up at Benji, pleading with his eyes to not be left alone to be eaten by some larger predator (his mama had been shot by a hunter). The look in the cub’s eyes had to be right. It had to make us (the audience) choke up a little, feel the plight of this poor helpless baby. So there we were, this huge crowd of people all scrunched in a ball gawking down at this wee cub with a bevy of bright lights in his eyes, and I was supposed to be holding the “look” of the cub (as if he were gazing up at Benji) and I was also supposed to be doing something that would evoke just the right expression. Something that would make the cub’s eyes beg pleeeze don’t leave me here…

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