Category Archives: News Releases
It is calving season and Equine Journeys students are assisting the calving operation at the EJ Cattle Company ranch. During calving season first-calf heifers must be checked every four hours to ensure the birthing process proceeds without endangering the life … Continue reading
Equine Journeys recently developed a cattle purchasing program for students who wish to buy, own, breed, and sell their very own cattle. This program provides students with the opportunity to become entrepreneurs, learn sound business practices, improve responsibility skills, manage … Continue reading
Equine Journeys recently partnered with EJ Cattle Company for provision of ranch facilities, horses, horse training, and cattle management opportunities. EJ Cattle Company provides the facilities for all livestock operations used by Equine Journeys.
We recently conducted week-long parent training seminar where parents of students worked with horses to learn better parenting skills. We utilize an unique equine-assisted parent training model which allows parents to develop better relationship and leadership skills, and we have … Continue reading
Equine Journeys recently became an associate member of the National Association of Therapeutic School and Programs (NATSAP). Compliance with NATSAP ethics and standards is a required component of membership. While Equine Journeys was already practicing these standards and ethics, our … Continue reading
EJ’s Ranch Operations director entered into the saddle bronc riding competition of the Wayne County Fair Rodeo during August 2011. Please view Chad’s ride at: See Chad Ride
Over the past few days several EJ students have been driving our cows to better grazing on our winter grazing range. These students have been camping and riding in traditional cowboy fashion.
Equine Journeys has recently added young adult residential support programming. Young adults from the ages of 18 to 30 who are in need of treatment and residential support services in an equine-based, working ranch environment can now enroll at Equine … Continue reading