Let’s take a brief trip to Missouri this Wednesday and hang with the Clydes…






OY… Well, I completely messed up when I posted this yesterday…

First of all, I didn’t set the timer correctly so none of the email subscribers received this.  And then, when I posted it on FB, the link didn’t work on the video… So, I’m re-running this because the video is really sweet and I think you would like it – and I’m really sorry I was such a doofus on this.  Sheesh…!  ;)

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Let’s take a brief trip to Missouri this Wednesday and hang with the Clydes…

I wanted to write about Bentonite clay and diatomaceous earth tonight… but I hadn’t quite completed my research.  I was reading only positive information on bentonite clay and only negative information on diatomaceous earth.  I’m sure there are other sides to both – I think…?

I’m quite interested in the bentonite clay for humans, too.  I’m wondering if I want to maybe try it myself to help boost my immune system.  This Lyme Disease sux big time and I am willing to try just about anything to help myself…

Anyway… soon I will write my thought and research on Bentonite clay and diatomaceous earth.

MISSOURI AND THE BUD CLYDES!

In my email today, I found a note from Monte who produces the ‘no frills just a great product’ EQUION supplement I love so much.

I’m on his email list… and I hate mailing lists.

But the thing about Monte is that his mailing list doesn’t have anything to do with his business.  And, he doesn’t send out many emails.  Never any newsletters or business promos.  I like that.

What he does send out are really interesting and/or informative pieces.  Stuff you’d never think about or find on your own.  So, when his name comes into my inbox, I always open it.

(For example, one email taught us how to use the CPR machines that hang on the wall in most Shopping Malls… Huh?  There are CPR machines on the walls of all Malls?  Yes!  I never even knew about those but they are in every mall.)

OK, so today, Monte sent out this video news piece he found about the birthing and training barns of the Budweiser Clydesdales.

Fun!

I enjoyed it so much, I wanted to share.

Maybe this will help you get over the hump of Wednesday…  ;)

Enjoy!  Here is the link to the original article, in case the clickable photo doesn’t work.

Anheuser-Busch’s Clydesdale Horses

An exclusive look inside Anheuser-Busch’s iconic Clydesdale horse breeding operation from ABC News. They ran this segment after a baby Clydesdale was featured in the latest Budweiser Super Bowl advertisement. I had no idea that AB’s Clydesdale horse farm operation was this large and it’s pretty cool to see the amount of work and love that goes into raising these beautiful horses.

 

I loved this video... It is of the birthing and training farms for the Budweiser Clydes.  These three are pregnant mares... Click to watch the video!

I loved this video… It is of the birthing and training farms for the Budweiser Clydes. These three are pregnant mares… Click to watch the video!

 

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Storm, our Bucket Fund mare for May !  We are getting close!   Only $800 to go!  Click here to read her story!

Storm, our Bucket Fund mare for May ! We are getting close! Only $800 to go! Click here to read her story!

 

 



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Only one comment so far...

  1. Kathy

    I’m looking forward to hearing your opinions and research on D.E. I haven’t heard any negative, so I want to hear that. You do have to use the food grade, I’ve used it for years for parasite control on my horses, ever since I had a mare who used to get sick when I wormed her. It seems to work fine, and I’ve seen my horses coats improve over time. All are slick and dappled, even in winter. No fuzzy butts in my stable! :)

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