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Deb and Ed M

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Posted: 02/21/12 10:05am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

BCSnob wrote:

WARNING WARNING WARNING

YOU'RE ON A SLIPPERY SLOPE TOWARDS A TOTAL LIFESTYLE CHANGE

Mark (look way down the slope and you'll see me)


ROFLMAO!!!!!! Yeah - you're kind of the "King of Herding Madness" ;-)

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Posted: 02/21/12 10:07am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

RBak wrote:

It's that way with horses too-----only the checks you write are bigger!

Rita


Good point - and dogs don't seem quite as intent on committing suicide as horses can be....LOL!!

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Make that last check do out to my pal Pops! And we'll all be good to do!


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I know how to make a small fortune breeding horses... start with a large one! (been there done that although the fortune was never large!). I suspect it is the same thing with any type of animal.


Laura and Carm traveling with 3 dogs & 1 African Grey Congo parrot 2010Titanium 30e35sa 5th wheel - love it!
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BCSnob wrote:

Samantha,
It is possible to not loose money on this hobby. It looks like our hobby turned business will turn a profit this year (we won't get rich).
Mark


Congratulations. I know that's a big accomplishment. My trainer teaches for the sole purpose of breaking even on her rent and feed costs, and struggles to break even with the cost of hay rising like it is.

Being that I live in the city, and drive 90 minutes one-way for a lesson, I don't see myself breaking even any time soon.
A good friend now has a nice property and 15 head of really nice Barb/Dorper crosses that I can work whenever I want for free, but she is 3 hours (and half a tank of gas) away.


Samantha (the poster)
Tim, spouse and driver of the Corgi-Bus
Buddy, Diva, and Pippin - Pembroke Welsh Corgis


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RBak wrote:

It's that way with horses too-----only the checks you write are bigger!

Rita
x2. Here is the horse version:

What others see:


what my trainer sees every lesson:


What my husband sees:


What I see:


What I'm doing:



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