I breed, train and sell Norwegian Fjord Horses, and have done so for 10 years. There are usually between 8 - 15 Fjords on the property. I have done little breeding in the last couple of years, but have decided to expand and upgrade, and will be expecting 3-6 foals in the spring of 2018. I have recently purchased additional breeding stock and look forward to producing an average of 4-5 foals annually. Many of the horses live out in pastures, with sheds and automatic waterers. Some live in stalls for 8-12 hours/ day, and are turned out for the rest. We inseminate via AI and live cover; we do not collect here at the farm. We do ground training and socialization here; the horses are sent to my trainer for training under saddle and competing.