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July 27, 2013

I haven’t written for a long time but I just ran across information about being firewise with our horses and the information is important right now. 


 



Dennis is up at our cabin West of the Klickitat River to mow down the weeds that we didn’t get to earlier in the yea...

July 29, 2009

Well, has anyone noticed any difference out there????

I have made a commitment to not complain about the heat wave that we are experiencing right now but to not notice it and not comment on it wouldn’t be honest.

We have AC so I’m doing fine but my concern has been f...

April 29, 2009

I just got a call this morning to tell me my little bugs are one their way. Around here, that is cause for great joy. The next exciting event is when the little cardboard box arrives. Then it is a daily watch to check for the little buggers. (is that a pun?) When enoug...

August 18, 2008

Registration Is Open for Fall 2008 Living on the Land Class Series

Would you like to learn how to reduce mud and weeds, improve pasture and soil quality, keep your animals healthy, and reduce chore time? Join us for the twelve week Living on the Land – Stewardship for...

August 8, 2008

Join the Small Acreage Program for a free workshop that will provide tips, suggestions, and ideas on how to improve pastures, control weeds, and reduce feed costs for your animals. The workshop will provide information on installing fencing to increase grass production...

August 7, 2008

I read this on one of my chat boards and thought it was interesting ----

Equine Flavor Preferences by:
Lydia Gray, DVM, MAJuly 15 2008, Article # 12280

Does your horse have a favorite flavor? Eight research horses in England did.

Deborah Goodwin, BSc, PhD, research...

July 28, 2008

I just read something interesting from the Rick Lamb e-newsletter. It was an excerpt from his book “Horse Smarts for the Busy Rider”

It talked about a rancher with limited acreage (don’t we all) that divides it up into several small paddocks. The horses are put on a n...

July 21, 2008

Hi,
I'm new at this and I hope you'll bear with me as I learn how to do this blog thing.

Some of you have received emails from me about events or issues relating to the Clark County horse community. I keep adding addresses when I find someone new but the list is getti...

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