Create Protective Barriers

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You've heard it a hundred times before, and you'll probably hear it a hundred times again: "If there's a way a horse can get into trouble, it will." That means if you have abandoned machinery at the far end of your 900-acre spread, your horse will find it. If you have one little outdoor faucet that protrudes from the barn wall in the paddock area, your horse will bang into it. If you have one

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