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Artist’s dream of a gigantic horse comes true in South Dakota


Artist’s dream of a gigantic horse comes true in South Dakota

Minnesota Public Radio News (blog) - November 16, 2018

Sculptor Wayne Porter, building his horse. via KickstarterI know what you’re thinking: “Bob, whatever happened to that sculptor’s ...

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FDA warns two firms about monensin contamination in horse feed
Feedstuffs, Minnesota - October 19, 2018

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration said Oct. 17 it has issued warning letters to two feed mills, Gilman Co-Op Creamery in Gilman, Minn., and Farmers/Ranchers Cooperative Association of Ainsworth in Ainsworth, Neb., that mixed horse feed containing monensin.Monensin ...

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Debbie Loucks: Training the two sides of the horse
Agri News, Minnesota - September 13, 2018

Riding out over a familiar trail on a reliable horse is one of the best ways I know to escape the devices and noise.In fact, I’m often out riding with a friend who is on her horse and is likewise escaping a busy life of responsibilities and planning and ...

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Draft horse show draws a big crowd | News, Sports, Jobs
Marshall Independent, Minnesota - July 16, 2018

Photo by Jody Isaackson Dr. Christina Wagner drove a Shining Stars horse in the Ladies Cart class at the Murray County Classic Draft Horse Show Sunday and took home first place. The horse is owned by Dianna Marquardt of Altoona, Iowa.SLAYTON — Seven unicorn ...

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It takes horse sense to help build rodeo stars
Agri News, Minnesota - July 14, 2018

RALEIGH, Ill. — At the height of his career, Larry Darnell was traveling to as many as 100 horse shows a year.These days, the Saline County grandfather has slowed down enough share his experiences as a horse trainer at the Darnell Performance Horses farm ...

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Waseca County Horse Thief Detectives Meet For 154th Annual Picnic
KEYC, Minnesota - July 4, 2018

WASECA, MN- The Waseca County Horse Thief Detectives (WCHTD) got its start in the mid–1800s, when locals felt that law enforcement needed help catching thieves taking community members' horses.Although the crime isn't as common now, these noble individuals ...

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