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“Wild About Barns” Behind the Scenes: Little America Miniature Horses

By Alyssa McCarthy Parker in From The Field on on Feb 23, 2015 I don’t know if there is ANYTHING cuter than a miniature horse. I fell in absolute love with the little guys and gals at Little America Miniature … Continue reading

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Foaling has started…

Monday, March 6, when I went to feed the mares I noticed one mare out in the pasture that did not come up.  She was about one-half mile away in the back pasture, but I noticed something laying in the … Continue reading

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Foaling Time Approaching

Many breeders try to have foals as early in the year as possible, but we prefer to have them in the spring when it is not so cold, although here in central Texas weather is not too cold.  With the … Continue reading

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What can you do with miniature horses?

For some reason, the most common question that we’re asked is “What can you do with a miniature horse?”  The answer is: lots of things.  They are used for companionship, show, as therapy animals, for investment, or any combination of these … Continue reading

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Color: Appaloosas, Blue Roans, and Grays

Appaloosa Many appaloosas are born with lots of color while others are born solid and gradually acquire appaloosa coloration. It is very difficult to know at birth what color the foal from appaloosa parentage will be. Below is an example … Continue reading

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