Patience is an essential component of horses learning. Patience poles are the perfect tool to add to your farm.
Allison Creek Farm Services is proud to partner with Hilltoppers Pony Club to offer horse trailer inspections at no charge to participants at the November 18th, 2017 show at Ashland Farm. You will be sent a detailed report following the visual inspection. This inspection is designed to help you identify … Continue reading Horse Trailer Inspections for Hilltoppers this weekend!
We recently installed a HiTie on the Allison Creek Farm horse trailer. Click here to read Stacey McCoy's rave review. What is a HiTie and why do I want one? The HiTie is an attachment for you to safely overhead tie your horse to the side of your trailer. It opens and stows away easily with … Continue reading What is a HiTie and why do I want one?
Allison Creek Farm Services is proud to partner with Atlanta Youth Dressage Challenge to offer horse trailer inspections at no charge to our members at the August 13th show at the Georgia International Horse Park. We are joining the AYDC as a sponsor this year and are also working on building a jump … Continue reading We are partnering with AYDC
How it works: At the end of the year, the customer with the most referrals wins an Easy Care HiTie! You can choose to donate your $25 credit to Georgia Equine Rescue League or nonprofit of your choice and AC FS will add $5 to your donation! FAQ: Need … Continue reading Referral Program
AC Farm Services is growing by leaps and bounds! In addition to all the trailer maintenance and repair services we provide, we are starting to carry products that our customers want or don't know they need - yet!! We are proud to announce we now carry the Easy Care HiTie. The stainless steel and fiberglass … Continue reading Easy Care HiTie
Equalizer Systems' jacks take the back breaking work out of unhooking your horse trailer.
What is the purpose of a wheel bearing? The wheel bearing serves two very important purposes in your wheel. It minimizes the friction created from tire rotation and help support the trailer’s weight. The bearings must be in near perfect condition to be able to perform. The seals must also be leak free to keep the lubricant inside the … Continue reading Wheel bearings – Their purpose and why they wear out
Does your trailer wiring look like this? Every time you hook up you have to mess with the wiring to get your lights (or worse brakes!) working. It is more than a little troublesome! That time spent fiddling with your wiring could be better spent -- maybe in the saddle or enjoying your coffee, smelling … Continue reading “I’m tired of dealing with this stupid wiring mess!”
We care about keeping your trailer safe for you and your horses or load. Some repairs are "whatever it takes to get me back on the road." And nearly all roadside repairs are just that. If one wheel bearing has failed, then it's time to get the others check out! Our flat fee safety inspection … Continue reading Preventing Roadside Repairs