Month: October 2021

Ben Adams, Jr.

Play the Long Game

Anyone else tried to get a forklift lately? If not, let me tell you: It can be an eye-opening experience.   Ordering the forklift is no problem. Getting it requires a bit of patience. Eighteen months of patience to be exact.   Remember the days when we used to worry about seeing enough toilet paper …

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Katie Hennessy

Protect Your Horses From Rabies

Rabies is a deadly virus spread through the bite of an infected mammal such as a bat or other wildlife. Rabies infections will lead to death within a few days of symptoms being detected in an animal and pose a serious risk to you and your family. Although rabies infection in horses is uncommon, it …

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Embracing Her Role

Intermediate Florida Beef Ambassador Excited to Share Her Passion by TERESA SCHIFFER It’s only natural that 13-year-old Reagan Hancock of Levy County would be named this year’s Intermediate Florida Beef Ambassador. After all, her mother grew up on a farm, Reagan has been active in 4-H since kindergarten, and she has been showing beef cattle …

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Inspired to Overcome

Equine Therapy Program Reaches Teens, Adults With Disabilities On a New Level by PAUL CATALA The connection between horses and humans facilitates a bond that can help us overcome intense challenges. That’s why Inspire Equine Therapy Programs uses activities and interactions with horses to help teens and adults with disabilities, as well as veterans with …

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