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Your Opinion Counts: Take the American Horse Publications 2012 Equine Survey

Your opinion as a horse owner or manager is really important. You are the one who primarily cares for your horse, you know what you’re feeding it, and you know what supplements you give it. To get your opinion heard, we recommend taking the American Horse Publications 2012 Equine Survey.

AHP has created this survey to analyze trends in equine management practices across the U.S. and to gather information regarding important issues facing the industry today. Specifically, this survey will ask you questions about what you feed your horse, who influences your decision, and what sort of supplement you give your horse and why.

If you own a horse, we encourage you to take this survey. Your experience as a horse owner and/or manager is crucial and will help AHP create a well informed survey that will raise awareness for the future of horse care across the nation.

The AHP survey is for anyone who owns or manages at least one horse, is at least 18, and lives in the United States. This is a confidential survey, meaning that your answers will not be shared with anyone, not even the research team.

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The deadline for the survey is May 15, 2012 so take some time to answer the questions and get your opinions heard!

AHP is a nonprofit association which promotes excellence in equine media. Along with SUCCEED, members include other equine-related publications, digital media, professionals, students, organizations and businesses.

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