Ark Agency

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Ark Agency
Ark Agency is listed in the Insurance category in Paynesville, Minnesota. Displayed below are the social networks for Ark Agency which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Ark Agency on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 92.

Contact information for Ark Agency is:
310 Washburne Ave
Paynesville, MN 56362
(320) 243-7250

"Ark Agency" - ZapScore Report

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Ark Agency has an overall ZapScore of 92. This means that Ark Agency has a higher ZapScore than 92% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Paynesville, Minnesota is 32 and in the Insurance category is 48. Learn more about ZapScore

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Instagram post by Sport Horse Lifestyle™ • May 19, 2017 at 9:41pm fb.me/3JA8O6t1h

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326 Likes, 2 Comments - Sport Horse Lifestyle™ (@sporthorselifestyle) on Instagram: “PC: @allyybradley”


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11 Equestrian uses for vinegar that will change your life from MD Barnmaster fb.me/7QKrIft07

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MD Barnmaster is the leader in custom designed barns, horse housing, professional equestrian facilities, horse stalls, modular bui...

Ark Agency Animal Insurance Services shared University of Minnesota Equine Extension Program's photo.
Tip of the Week Wednesday! As we enter into horse show season and County Fairs, it is critical to practice biosecurity measures, including: 1. Work with your veterinarian to ensure horses are current with recommended vaccines. 2. Keep sick horses at home. Watch for signs of fever, nasal discharge and diarrhea. 3. Wash your hands frequently! Bring water, soap, hand sanitizer, and paper towels with you. 4. Clean and disinfect stalls at fairgrounds and show facilities. Spray-on commercial disinfectants are readily available. Diluted bleach (8 ounces bleach to 1 gallon of water) is an inexpensive disinfectant; it works best on a surface that has been thoroughly cleaned. 5. Do not share feed and water buckets, hay bags, grooming tools, tack, or manure forks. Disinfect these items after arriving home from an event. 6. Limit exposure. Do not allow horses to have nose to nose contact. Limit the general public's contact with your horses and your contact with other horses. 7. Upon returning home from a show, wash your hands, shower, and change clothing and shoes before working with horses kept at home. 8. Isolate returning horses from resident horses for 14 days. Monitor horses daily for signs of fever, nasal discharge, and diarrhea.


Any thinking person would know and understand this. fb.me/8D2d9ifbM

Ark Agency Animal Insurance Services shared University of Minnesota Equine Extension Program's photo.
Any thinking person would know and understand this.
Research Update Monday! Restrictive nosebands are common in equestrian sport. However, recent evidence suggests that very tight nosebands can cause a physiological stress response, and may compromise horse welfare. The objective of this research, conducted in Australia, was to investigate the relationship that noseband tightness has with oral behavior and physiological changes that indicate a stress response. With the most restrictive treatment (no area under the noseband), horse heart rate increased, heart rate variability decreased, and eye temperature increased compared with baseline readings, indicating a physiological stress response. It is evident that a very tight noseband can cause physiological stress responses and inhibit the expression of oral behaviors. Riders should comply with rules that prevent excessive tightening of the noseband. For more information on this study, visit http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0154179. Photo Credit: Dr. Bob Coleman, University of Kentucky


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