Welcome to the Wisconsin Horse Council (WHC) Website!
The Wisconsin State Horse Council (WHC) is here for "the horse" and the people who own them or simply love them. We exist solely for the welfare of the horse and the betterment of our industry as a whole.
- To represent and to foster a unified equine industry of Wisconsin.
- To promote the equine through leadership, education, service and communication.
- To take a pro-active role in the future growth and development of the equine industry.
WHC is a non-profit organization representing horsemen and women and the equine industry in Wisconsin. In representing the equine industry we promote the horse through leadership, education, and service, and take a proactive role in the growth of our industry.
Please feel free to contact us. Thank you! Contact us...
Please take a couple of minutes and fill out the questionnaire at the link above. Also this fall you may see DNR reps out at the parks doing face to face interviews, please take the time to answer their questions.
What is a SCORP?
SCORPs are intended to evaluate outdoor recreation trends and issues and set forth ideas about recreation's future role in the state. Put simply, they are the blueprint for outdoor recreation in the state and provide broad guidance to governments at all levels, communities, businesses and organizations on recreation needs and opportunities.
One of the required elements of a SCORP is to describe the demand for outdoor recreation in the state. To better understand Wisconsinites participation in various outdoor activities, the department recently sent out a mail survey to 6,400 random residents. The results of these efforts are being tabulated and processed now.
WI Horse Diagnosed with West Nile Virus
August 11, 2016
Please click on the link below to read the News Release from the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection for all of the details.
DATCP NEWS RELEASE - 8-11-16 - WI Horse Diagnosed with WNV
* Please look in the right-hand column to view where the ads can be found!
MAKING A DISEASE ALERT SYSTEM A REALITY!
Please click on the link below for all of the details and to access the donation form for this program.