Brigita McKelvie, Associate Broker, PA Rural & Horse Property & Farm Specialist 610-393-9424

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 Qualifying A Horse Property Farm Agent to Represent You  Lately I have seen posts on Social Media of consumers asking for referrals for qualified horse property REALTORS.  Of course, there were many recommendations.  One thing I noticed though, were that not all the recommendations were for hors...
 PA Horse Community Comes Together to Help A Fellow Horse Family On Monday, March 12, 2018, a huge fire broke out at the home of a local family on a horse farmette in the Nazareth, PA area.  Despite the efforts of the Bushkill Township Fire Company, along with other surrounding fire companies, th...
 Jump Forward This Weekend - Don't Get Left Behind            On March 11th, 2018, the clocks will be turned forward an hour.  It is a day that equestrians look forward to.  Daylight Savings Time takes effect that day, which allows more daylight in the evening hours. Why do horse people look forw...
 Is Your Pennsylvania Horse Farm Prepared to Battle the Winter Storms? Eastern Pennsylvania, as well as much of the Northeastern part of the country, braved the extremely high winds, snow, ice and rain recently, which brought many parts to a standstill with many areas having downed trees and wire...
 Introducing Horses to Pastures In Spring                               Spring is right around the corner.  This means that soon the horses will be out grazing in the pastures, enjoying the luscious green grass, and bringing more nutritional value.  To the horse owner, it means decreasing the amo...
 Horse Owners - Are You Ready For Spring?                             Believe it or not, it is almost spring after most of us had a rough, long winter.  With the oncoming nice weather, it is time to start a "spring check-up".  This involves inspecting your pastures, fencing, barn, tack and facili...
 Understanding Your Drinking Water Supply and Septic System                                Do you have a well on your property?  Are you making sure that your well water is safe and drinkable?  What about a septic system?  Do you know if the septic is working correctly?  If the answer is no or I ...
 A Horsey Valentine Wish                        Valentine's Day is not just for lovers.  It is for friends, family, pets and our beloved horses.  Show them all the love you have for them and how much you appreciate them for who they are.  Spend some time with them, enjoying each other's company. ...
 The Short Lived Farm Warming Present - Part I The horses were moved onto to the horse property, now that it was ready for them.  Once they inspected their new surroundings, they quickly settled in and felt at home. We knew a local farmer, who was also a friend of ours.  Once we had moved our hor...
 Final Preparations of the Horse Farm The long term unwanted tenants were finally evicted from the horse property (at least I hoped they were).  It was time to tackle the next project on hand: the run-in shed. Before I go any further, let me explain to you what this run-in shed looked like.  It w...

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