I hope you will all sign in: tell me about your horses: maybe add a few comments: critic the the web site - the good, bad and the ugly.  It is a change from the conventional that I hope you will enjoy. It reflects some of the techniques I learned at Lebanon College in the  Photo-shop and Illustrator programs.

I especially would love to hear your thoughts on the current status of horses and the equine businesses in America. What do you perceive as major problems and any ideas for fixing them.

What do think about the current BLM policies regarding our wild horses? As you know this is a major concern of mine.

Have you checked out the  
Find anything you like? Let me know. What's your favorite item? 

                                                              ~ Libby ~

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Name: Linda Davis Email: Equinejunky@wildblue.net
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Country: USA  Date: 18 Feb 2011 13:23:22 GMT

Comment: Like the new web sight. Have I been buying horses from U since , umm. A long time. We still Have Marshall Dillion, he's the bestest

Name: Smitty Email: 
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Country:   Date: 26 Feb 2011 03:44:25 GMT

Comment: Rustic Man farm is a great place to find a wonderful horse! All are of great quietly.

Name: Val Email: vgolios@roadrunner.com
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Country: USA  Date: 11 Mar 2012 22:37:04 GMT

Comment: I was referred to you by some people in NH that get horses from you on occasion. I am a middle-aged woman looking to get back into horseback riding. I need something calm and bombproof. I can't wait until you are open to come visit!

Name: Fran Peront Email: 1tank@earthlink.net
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Country: US  Date: 29 Sep 2014 20:49:36 GMT

Comment: I think the vet bills are killing a lot of us, they have gotten way out of hand, especially for us horse owners who are meticulous in providing good care for our horses. Prices are rising, but incomes are not, especially for those of us who have retired and no longer earning the big bucks. I have a mustang that is in his 20's and is the best horse I have ever had. The BLM policies, I think , are driven by rich, powerful, greedy ranchers who think the horses are taking away from their profits. If people get together and let the government know that we will not stand for killing or rounding up wild horses, it might help. Libby, I do like your web site. You've done a good job. Thank you!


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