NC Cooperative

Extension

REINS

REGIONAL EQUINE INFORMATION NETWORK SYSTEM
Assisting In The Education And Development Of The North Carolina Horse Industry

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REINS Volunteers


The Regional Equine Information Network System (REINS) was established as a program of North Carolina Cooperative Extension in 1995. The program is coordinated by Extension Horse Husbandry at North Carolina State University and participating county extension agents. Through guidance of a regional coordinating agent, horse owners in a multi-county area are organized into a regional REINS organization. These regional organizations link together the educational efforts of North Carolina Cooperative Extension, the promotional efforts of the North Carolina Horse Council and the marketing support of the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

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