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Hayshaker Farm - draft horse veggies

 
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This farm:



http://www.hayshakerfarm.com/

 
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My 18 month old loves horses and a few weeks ago I found this farm on instagram. Her and I watch them all the time. Very good stuff. If I had bigger fields that needed equipment like that, I'd get horses. Karl Hammer from Vermont Compost Company talked about using animal power on Justin Rhodes' Youtube channel. It makes a lot of sense.
 
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I'm glad to see folks enjoying this video and info about this farm. I ran across a new article about them.

A Horse of a Different Color by Abra Bennett in edibleSeattle


Gorgeous photos in the article by Nolan Calisch - follow the link to see the others.

As the sign over Dusty and Jackson’s stall says, “Every Farm Needs A Team.”



 
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