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Specialized Horseshoes

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"After 40-odd years in the horseshoeing business, Jack Roth is not only an expert at horseshoeing, he’s an expert at teaching others how to shoe horses.


Most horseshoers don’t know how to make their own shoes, and most tend to use one kind of shoe,” says Roth, who founded the Oklahoma Horseshoeing School. No matter what it is, no one shoe works perfectly on every horse.”


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Horses make sense for kids in therapy - Columbus Dispatch

Horses make sense for kids in therapy - Columbus Dispatch | Farm Animals | Scoop.it
Columbus Dispatch Horses make sense for kids in therapy Columbus Dispatch Licensed social workers and counselors work side by side with trained equine specialists, and the horses and donkeys, to treat children ages 6 to 18 who have mental-health or...
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Farm Animal Sanctuary

A little boy comes face-to-face with a group of wonderful animals when he explores a real-life farm animal sanctuary. With original theme music by singer/son...
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After Four Generations, a Kimberly Family Is Still Raising Paints and Quarter Horses

After Four Generations, a Kimberly Family Is Still Raising Paints and Quarter Horses | Farm Animals | Scoop.it
KIMBERLY • It is something that every child would be proud of: a large, shiny belt buckle.

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What Does Your Meat Eat? 5 Scary Things Farm Animals Are Fed ...

What Does Your Meat Eat? 5 Scary Things Farm Animals Are Fed ... | Farm Animals | Scoop.it
In order to combat the cramped, dirty, and stressful conditions which the vast majority of farm animals are forced to live in, they are routinely fed antibiotics. More than 80 percent of the total amount of antibiotics consumed in ...
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