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  1. Have you contacted your county Extension, ...

    Have you contacted your county Extension, Conservation District, or NRCS offices for suggestions?
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    Poll: When we had a breeding operation - every mare,...

    When we had a breeding operation - every mare, every foal, every yearling, every time. We have clean pastures, safe fences, and used well-fitted halters, and never had a problem.

    Now with older,...
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    One more vote for no-climb perimeter fences. We...

    One more vote for no-climb perimeter fences. We installed ours 17 or 18 years ago and it has held up really well. We used oak top boards and they are showing some wear and tear, mostly where the deer...
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    The last time I wore a ring to the barn, I picked...

    The last time I wore a ring to the barn, I picked up the foot of a horse whose shoe had started to work loose and my ring caught on one of the loose nails. Luckily, the horse was quiet and I was...
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    L.L. Bean - huge selection, the quality and feel...

    L.L. Bean - huge selection, the quality and feel is excellent, and they last forever.
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    Link to his catalog page when he sold as a...

    Link to his catalog page when he sold as a yearling at Keeneland:

    http://apps.keeneland.com/sales/Sep08/pdfs/3318.pdf

    Best of luck with him!
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    Slew spent most of his stud career at Three...

    Slew spent most of his stud career at Three Chimneys and I saw him there a number of times over the years.

    He was moved to Hill 'n' Dale for the last couple of seasons.
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    Several photos here including one of a dried...

    Several photos here including one of a dried plant: http://www.nwcb.wa.gov/detail.asp?weed=12
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    Here's a question for those who know the rule...

    Here's a question for those who know the rule book. I am guessing the rider is an amateur? Would she be considered a professional after sending a bill for her work with the horse, even though no...
  10. Thread: Adam Trailers

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    We had a 20' Adam stock trailer, bought new...

    We had a 20' Adam stock trailer, bought new around 1994. Sold it after about 2 years and bought a Featherlite after my husband started noticing some welds he didn't like and had concerns about how it...
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    You have a PM.

    You have a PM.
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    Unlikely there would be any deals on a horse that...

    Unlikely there would be any deals on a horse that is in such high demand - you'd have to have an exceptional mare just to get consideration for a full-price season. If you know a shareholder and they...
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    Justice Coal Company is owned by Jim Justice, who...

    Justice Coal Company is owned by Jim Justice, who also owns and races Thoroughbreds under the name of Justice Family Racing.
  14. http://www.morrisseyshorsepullmans.com/ edited...

    http://www.morrisseyshorsepullmans.com/

    edited to add: Yes, I would recommend them highly.
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    Lots of good advice here so my only comment will...

    Lots of good advice here so my only comment will be that while your personality may not mesh with yours, she sounds like a wonderful horse for someone else. Sounds like you have done a TON to improve...
  16. In my experience of training one mule, this is...

    In my experience of training one mule, this is basically correct. I rode in a clinic with Brad Cameron who is kind of like the Buck Brannaman of mule clinicians, and says he likes mules because they...
  17. Sent you a PM.

    Sent you a PM.
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    If your high tensile is in good shape, consider...

    If your high tensile is in good shape, consider adding a "sight rail". We have this on several fence lines, especially the ones that border our cattle pasture and never had a serious injury over 15+...
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    The "Triple Crown" is not an entity unto itself,...

    The "Triple Crown" is not an entity unto itself, it is three separate Grade 1 races put on by three separate race tracks, and these individual races receive their Grade 1 status because they are open...
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    When we built fences for a Thoroughbred mare and...

    When we built fences for a Thoroughbred mare and foal operation we used a combination of no-climb installed at ground level with a wooden top rail for the property line, and 4-panel wood fence.
    ...
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    I'll be she is a gorgeous mare. Her dam must...

    I'll be she is a gorgeous mare. Her dam must produce some really good-looking, athletic babies - one sold for $2.9 million as a 2yo and another brought $500k as a 2yo. But her half-sisters have not...
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    What's at stake here is that the national...

    What's at stake here is that the national reputation of Thoroughbred racing and breeding takes another big hit . All this quibbling back and forth amongst ourselves is fine, if you don't care where...
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    Several interesting comments in today's TDN,...

    Several interesting comments in today's TDN, starting on page 13.

    http://www.thoroughbreddailynews.com/restricted/pdf/tdn/tdn140324_1.pdf?CFID=90503413&CFTOKEN=70731977

    Barry Irwin makes some...
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    Depends on the type of wood too. Maple, ash, or...

    Depends on the type of wood too. Maple, ash, or so-so oak, maybe not such a big deal. Walnut or cherry, you will probably regret it.

    Better to leave the dry sink as is.
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    If yours has more than one power setting, start...

    If yours has more than one power setting, start with the lowest one and work your way up. You could let the horse hang out in a stall and vacuum another one in the aisle out front so they get used to...
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