WILDFIRE FARMCONTACT: Bonnie Hodge
P O Box 402
Viola, AR. 72583
WILDFIRE FARM BULLETIN BOARD
- Sadly, our old stallion Wildfire, and our old mare Cleo, both passed away in November 2017.
- We are no longer offering stallion services, and we are retired from breeding Rockies.
- For those customers who are fond of the specific "old-time" breed lines we strived to preserve on our farm, we personally recommend you contact Dave and Lynn Ewert, Rock River Rockies, at http://rockriverrockies.iceryder.net . They offer high Tobe percentage Rockies with our foundation bloodlines, as well as offspring from mares with 5 Sons of Tobe and Maple Squirrel blood... All their breeding stock for sale is tested PSSM1 negative. They offer stud services with lines they continued from our farm stock. Their young stallion named "Hearts'aFire Lasting Image" is everything a stallion prospect should be, with old time blood, stocky conformation, sweet disposition, and smooth floating gait... We have seen this stallion in person, and we think he is amazing!...
-For info on:"Rocky Mountain Horses" book, please go to website: www.wildfireenterprises.iceryder.net
-Do you know? .....Rocky Mountain Horses are slow to mature and do not reach their full size and weight until about five to six years of age. Generally healthy horses, they often live long lives but do have a tendency to be extreme "easy keepers". Care must be taken to keep your Rockies from becoming too overweight, particularly in their later years. We highly recommend Nutrena Empower Balance feed for Rockies that are "Easy Keepers" (over five years old), along with good quality hay, limited grazing time, as well as free-choice loose minerals and salt.