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    Although my now husband and I knew each other...

    Although my now husband and I knew each other through similar friends for a while, I knew fairly early on that he was the right one for me.

    First scheduled date (with just us, no friends) - I...
  2. I wonder how the ASPCA feels about sponsoring the...

    I wonder how the ASPCA feels about sponsoring the National Horse Show right now. Those "poor horses" under such cruel conditions... Foot deep bedding, shelter, supplements galore, vets on call for...
  3. Hello. My name is ________, and I have a SmartPak...

    Hello. My name is ________, and I have a SmartPak problem.

    I find myself adding supplements to one horse or another on a near monthly basis. And then - oh! I could use a _______. I'll just throw...
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    Another vote for Catherine. One of the few out...

    Another vote for Catherine. One of the few out there who can actually sit!
  5. "It's better to have fingerprints on the saddle...

    "It's better to have fingerprints on the saddle horn, than dirt on your pants."

    Oh, wait - wrong discipline? Still good advice! :winkgrin:
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    I would second the "Just Bridles" website. My QH...

    I would second the "Just Bridles" website. My QH previously require parts from 3 different bridles - none of which matched. At the justbridles.com website, you can pick a bridle, then pick the size...
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    Actually - I would love to hear it. It's my job...

    Actually - I would love to hear it. It's my job to find better, more efficient, soil healthy, yield producing ways to farm. Which is why we use products like RR Alfalfa - for conservation purposes,...
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    When a grower uses seed with the RoundUp Ready...

    When a grower uses seed with the RoundUp Ready gene, it does *not* require them to use RoundUp. In fact, it does not even require them to use glyphosate (the active ingredient in RoundUp). If a...
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    As someone in the industry, who's family has been...

    As someone in the industry, who's family has been raising RR crop for years, and as someone who works in the seed industry professionally - I have NEVER thought I would be defending or trying to show...
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    Observations from the Field.

    My background:
    I come from a family farm that raises corn, soybeans and hay. My husband and I raise cattle, that my family eats, and that you may have, too. I care about what goes into my food and...
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    "A cool horse, is a happy horse!" Here, our...

    "A cool horse, is a happy horse!"

    Here, our horses go out unless it is -40 wind chills, and we ride down to -10. And this should serve as your motivation to get out and ride, because we still...
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    A kiss on the cheek and a can of pop. (My dad is...

    A kiss on the cheek and a can of pop. (My dad is my farrier :winkgrin: )
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    I hope we will see more of her in the States! I...

    I hope we will see more of her in the States! I have been waiting, and waiting, and waiting for a new blog post - and now we all know why it has been so delayed.... ;) Congrats!
  14. As far as the horse is concerned - he'll be fine!...

    As far as the horse is concerned - he'll be fine! I actually start most of my horses under saddle at the end of the summer, so they can be w-t-c by fall, and then I turn them out December through...
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    I, too, feel for the groom. As someone who can...

    I, too, feel for the groom. As someone who can relate (from years long past), a high profile horse's groom has near zero say in decisions outside the everyday life of the horse. A groom becomes the...
  16. Hmm... these very well may be a 'need,' and not...

    Hmm... these very well may be a 'need,' and not just a 'want.' My horse is dressed in Baker, my dog is in Baker, why not me too? Too much? Maybe! But I'm a sucker for that stuff.... :winkgrin:
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    As an agronomist during the day, here are a few...

    As an agronomist during the day, here are a few other products that I have used and would recommend (ALWAYS READ AND FOLLOW LABEL DIRECTIONS - USE PROPER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT WHEN HANDLING HERBICIDE...
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    I share the many of the same feelings with...

    I share the many of the same feelings with mademoiselle.

    I have ridden my entire life. I started my first horse at 14 years old with supervision and help from my father and grandfather, who had...
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