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Never Rake Your Lawn Again: Leaf Control Made Easy

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don't rake leavesHere’s the best news you’ll read all day: You should never rake your fall leaves again. That’s right, leaf removal is a waste of time, effort, and money (if you hire someone to do it).

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Pet Talk: Cat Food for Thought

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College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, Texas A&M UniversityAnyone who owns a dog or a cat knows that they will typically eat anything they can get their paws on. While it is not harmful for a dog to eat a cat's food, it can be potentially hazardous for a cat to eat a dog's food.

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Snaffle Bit Futurity

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snaffle bit futurityDuals Lucky Charm and Kelby Phillips Win Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Championship. Saturday, October 1, was the long- awaited National Reined Cow Horse Association Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Finals day.

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Ten Helpful Tips For All Exhibitors

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Thoughtful Ideas On How To Raise Your Scores, And Help Shows Run More Efficiently At The Same Time.

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Local Mounted Archery Competitors Win in Asia

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archery"It is Official we will be going to Korea to represent the United States in the World Martial Arts Masterships on the CIMAC Team to compete in horseback archery there and we will also be competing in Mongolia in the Asian Championships,"

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Renovated Thomas & Mack Center to Include The ‘Shoe, a Bold New Fan Hospitality Area

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the shoeIn 2015, the Thomas & Mack Center underwent a multimillion dollar renovation that included new seats, a wider concourse, upgraded restrooms and more concession stands.

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Keeping Horses Safe from Toxic Plants

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pet talk toxic plantsKeeping your pet safe from harmful food or plants is an important part in every pet care routine. That’s why Dr. Leslie Easterwood, clinical assistant professor at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, recommended all horse owners keep their fields clear of plants that can be toxic to horses.

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