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Although there are some differences in the cuttings, the quality of the hay is much more important than the cutting. From a nutritional standpoint, all cuttings can result in prime horse hay. After learning more about hay cuts, enter for a chance to win up to $10,000 worth of hay >>http://bit.ly/EQ-Winter-Hay-Sweepstakes

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beginner style jump... Very inviting

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from ROCK MY WEDDING | UK WEDDING BLOG

Justin Alexander lace wedding gown & Jim Hjlem Occasions bridesmaid dresses in a rustic barn wedding with horses & stables and groom in traditional morning suit

Giant C & B initial's on hay bales - Image by Nicola Norton Photography - Justin Alexander lace wedding gown & Jim Hjlem Occasions bridesmaid dresses in a rustic barn wedding with horses & stables and groom in traditional morning suit

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Ever consider feeding your horse hay cubes? The advantages include less storage space, handling ease, and decreased feeding waste. You'll also find a complete nutritional analysis on every bag or compressed bale--you usually need to send a sample of hay to a lab for analysis. But there's more! Enter to win $10,000 worth of hay here >>http://bit.ly/EQ-Winter-Hay-Sweepstakes

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funny horse face More

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Do you know the difference between early and late maturity hay? A good understanding of the factors that affect hay production and what to look for when buying hay will help you select high quality hay that meets your horse’s nutritional needs. And if all else fails, you can enter to win up to $10,000 worth of hay! >>http://bit.ly/EQ-Winter-Hay-Sweepstakes

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from Mail Online

How a man and his daughter transformed a horse box into a mobile bar

Over the next eight weeks John replaced horse hair and hay with pine worktops and a handma...

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Animals | James Bartholomew RSMA Love the honest expression. Not all horses are regal! At least not all of the time. :)

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Wild Turkey Farm retirement stable - design by Equine Facility Design

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The way hay looks, smells and feels can tell you something about its quality…