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    :o :D :) Good job! And wow, that's an old...

    :o :D :)
    Good job!
    And wow, that's an old mastiff.
  2. Power equipment...the right machinery and the...

    Power equipment...the right machinery and the right set-up and it's very do-able.
    The constant work takes a toll...both mentally and physically.
    To keep from burning out or falling apart...your...
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    The horse sees the shape and size of an item and...

    The horse sees the shape and size of an item and can smell it.
    Rods and cones in an eye determine colors that can be seen. Nature gives animals the rods and cones needed for natural survival. Reds,...
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    I just had my third round pen delivered today. ...

    I just had my third round pen delivered today.
    I don't "round pen" horses either. ????
    Although my riding ring is technical a round pen since it's round, lol!
    It's 100' though.
    We needed two...
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    Those were lovely words, Emily. My deepest...

    Those were lovely words, Emily.

    My deepest condolences to her family and friends, such a sad sad loss.
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    My 3 sisters were all competitive swimmers back...

    My 3 sisters were all competitive swimmers back in the 70s.
    They were all built with huge shoulders, arms and had flat chests from the chest muscles.
    They swam distance meets and one also swam...
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    Most of the women with horses at home that I know...

    Most of the women with horses at home that I know do it all solo.
    You certainly can, too! :)

    I do have a husband at home. He's not even sure how to start the lawn mower or weed wacker, in our...
  8. But if you're also yodeling, running and waving a...

    But if you're also yodeling, running and waving a pitchfork they tend to speed up. ????
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    No, fireworks don't bother my two at all. ...

    No, fireworks don't bother my two at all.
    Earlier today one neighbor was just randomly blowing stuff up loudly, both of my goobers left their hay, stalls and fans to go check it out over the fence....
  10. IMHO, the biggest problem with fly sprays not...

    IMHO, the biggest problem with fly sprays not working isn't the effectiveness of the spray but in the application process.

    Using a spray bottle to apply fly spray for very buggy areas simply...
  11. Hi, I heard someone might have a question. :) ...

    Hi, I heard someone might have a question. :)

    Sticky situation, but you can convince a rabbit to relocate. Easier on you and the rabbit to convince them that moving was their idea. ;)

    If you...
  12. I trim my two cats' claws every other week....

    I trim my two cats' claws every other week. Fronts only, they tear around the house like-well, cats and wear their back ones enough to stay blunt and short.

    By keeping the fronts clipped, they...
  13. Yup, he's been around forever.

    Yup, he's been around forever.
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    Realists? Experienced? Not gullible?...

    Realists?
    Experienced?
    Not gullible?
    Anti-keyboard-activist?
    Hands-on?
    Has reading comprehension skills?
    Doesn't get info from blogs?
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    The anti-animal-rights on this bb (and in the...

    The anti-animal-rights on this bb (and in the majority of gatherings of people with actual animal experience) is because we really do genuinely adore animals.
    And a big chunk of the people on here...
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    There's a VAST difference in college courses on...

    There's a VAST difference in college courses on farming, agri, etc and living it.
    Vast. Seriously. I could take all of the pre-med and med courses and not be qualified to either perform surgery or...
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    Sometimes you have to *gasp* educate oneself...

    Sometimes you have to *gasp* educate oneself before making demands of anyone else changing their business model for one's ignorant, uneducated and completely unfounded opinions.
    So far you've...
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    Did you both think this couple was making some...

    Did you both think this couple was making some sort of fortune on a single cow?
    Is it okay that they also eat the chickens and those also have names? Or does it only count if it's got fur and not...
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    So your personal opinion that if you name an...

    So your personal opinion that if you name an animal, say you love it and let children pet it then it's a dirty trick and mean and whatever to then eat it?

    That food animals cannot ever be loved,...
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    They opened their farm to the public because they...

    They opened their farm to the public because they were *asked* to do so, so adults and children can see what real farming was like in person.

    They've never advertised as a petting zoo...or ay...
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    I actually laughed out loud at this one...that's...

    I actually laughed out loud at this one...that's hilarious and accurate! :D

    Although GSDs are prolific shedders, I was thrilled at the lesser amount of shedding by our past GSD.
    Probably...
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    Twitterpated I think it was...and yeah my first...

    Twitterpated I think it was...and yeah my first thought would also be, "this married couple is like a youngster being orphaned through homicide?" :O :D

    Odd comparison for a wedding, LOL!

    I do...
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    I was hoping for working group since most of my...

    I was hoping for working group since most of my dogs have been from that group/type.
    But apparently I'm a terrier, LOL!

    And I can kinda see that I guess. Small, hard working and annoying, LOL! ...
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    Yesterday morning before work I saw the first one...

    Yesterday morning before work I saw the first one swooping around after bugs.
    After work it was sitting in a tree chirruping. And last night it was roosting in my barn.
    FINALLY! It's about a week...
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    Everyone I know with livestock names them. Well,...

    Everyone I know with livestock names them. Well, maybe not all of the broilers, but the bovines and ovines, etc get names.
    All the dairies around me have named cows. Tagged ears, too. The...
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