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201 time and money saving tricks of the trade to make stable management easier and more successful. For more information, go to: http://www.countrybooksdirect.com/product.php/307/0/201-handy-hints

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DIY Hay Nets and Muck Buckets

Haynet and bucket breyer tutorial. Nice.

Sue Blinks: A Stronger Topline = Better Self-Carriage for Dressage. Visit DressageToday.com for more dressage training tips.

Custom horse stall partitions by Innovative Equine Systems. Looks like they have a choice of an outdoor paddock connected.

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horsehair bracelet: tutorial

DIY Horse hair bracelet keepsake. How sweet!

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How to Make a Haynet

How to Make a Haynet: 8 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow. As much as I see about slow feed nets, now I can make my own for cheap :)

run-in-shed. I like the gates there in case the horse needs put up for any reason

DIY Slow Feeder Hay "Wall" -Keeps horses or goats from eating their hay too fast.

I didn't read all that I just like the demonstration of which is wrong and right... the top is the best but it's better to be too far back than forward.

much better than the whole, lean-them-up-in-the-corner-and-cross-your-fingers method (except you won't find pvc in my barn!)