Views:710290|Rating:4.55|View Time:16:43Minutes|Likes:4361|Dislikes:435 More than providing entertainment, this channel intends to open doors of livelihood opportunities especially to the under privileged and deprived through fish breeding and pet keeping. Enthusiast can be inspired to turn their hobbies into lucrative businesses. By means of tutorials and do it yourself projects, tried and tested fish keeping techniques are revealed and made easy. Thus for the creator to sustain and enhance this worthwhile undertaking, the viewers are encouraged to become his partners and/or sponsors.your financial assistance would be instrumental for this channel to realize its cause. You may send your support through the PayPal link provided below or may join to become a member of this channel.
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2. Can you get mods for Xbox One or PS4 (talking about FS19 not FS17)?
Yes, I think you can get mods. I think you are only limited to the ones of Giants (Creator of the game) website though
3. Where do you get your mods?
Some of the best Crazy Mods-
Some Facebook Groups with Good Realistic Mods-
Custom Modding Group-
4. Why is it called the Squad if it is only one person?
This channel started out as a couple of people as it moved to Farming simulator it just ended up being me (Grant). I now have my brother (Spencer) in some videos too so I thought I would keep the name “The Squad”.
5. Can I play with you?
On most Livestreams, I keep a couple of spots open for people to join. The Livestreams are usually every Saturday at 5 pm Central Time. To join the live stream you must have every mod I use on that server. Most of the time I let you guys know what mods you will need for the livestream the day before (so Friday).
Views:851|Rating:5.00|View Time:21Minutes|Likes:4|Dislikes:0 Whispering Pines Tree Farm in Oconto, Wisconsin added some life size singing and talking reindeer to their many holiday attractions at their Christmas Tree Farm.
Views:42941|Rating:3.92|View Time:4:35Minutes|Likes:134|Dislikes:37 Horse sex Animal husbandry horses / equine compilation – Proper acceptable farm sexual reproduction per Rancher Hand Jack
Documenting what appears to be pretty good & morally ethically acceptable means / ways / methods/ techniques of breeding the horses.
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Thank you very much Mr. Mark Kilgore, P.E. for lending your bass guitar talents and enthusiasm to the cause and success of this Channel.
Views:2514|Rating:0.00|View Time:6:Minutes|Likes:|Dislikes: Somewhere Farm in Boulevard California, about an hour from San Diego, breeds prize-winning Clydesdale horses in a charming rustic setting where animals and nature are loved, nurtured and celebrated.
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A pony is a small horse (Equus ferus caballus). Depending on context, a pony may be a horse that is under an approximate or exact height at the withers, or a small horse with a specific conformation and temperament. There are many different breeds. Compared to other horses, ponies often exhibit thicker manes, tails and overall coat, as well as proportionally shorter legs, wider barrels, heavier bone, thicker necks, and shorter heads with broader foreheads. The word “pony” derives from the old French poulenet, meaning foal, a young, immature horse, but this is not the modern meaning; unlike a horse foal, a pony remains small when fully grown. However, on occasion, people who are unfamiliar with horses may confuse an adult pony with a foal.
The ancestors of most modern ponies developed small stature due to living on the margins of livable horse habitat. These smaller animals were domesticated and bred for various purposes all over the northern hemisphere. Ponies were historically used for driving and freight transport, as children’s mounts, for recreational riding, and later as competitors and performers in their own right. During the Industrial Revolution, particularly in Great Britain, a significant number were used as pit ponies, hauling loads of coal in the mines.
Ponies are generally considered intelligent and friendly, though sometimes they also are described as stubborn or cunning. Properly trained ponies are appropriate mounts for children who are learning to ride. Larger ponies can be ridden by adults, as ponies are usually strong for their size. In modern use, many organizations define a pony as a mature horse that measures less than 14.2 hands (58 inches, 147 cm) at the withers, but there are a number of exceptions. Different organizations that use a strict measurement model vary from 14 hands (56 inches, 142 cm) to nearly 14.3 hands (59 inches, 150 cm). Many breeds classify an animal as either horse or pony based on pedigree and phenotype, no matter its height…
For many forms of competition, the official definition of a pony is a horse that measures less than 14.2 hands (58 inches, 147 cm) at the withers. Horses are 14.2 or taller. The International Federation for Equestrian Sports defines the official cutoff point at 148 centimetres (58.27 in) (just over 14.2 h) without shoes and 149 centimetres (58.66 in) (just over 14.2-1/2 h) with shoes, though allows a margin for competition measurement of up to 150 centimetres (59.1 in) (14.3 h) without shoes, or 151 centimetres (59.45 in) (just under 14.3-1/2 h) with shoes…
Ponies originally developed as a landrace adapted to a harsh natural environment, and were considered part of the “draft” subtype typical of Northern Europe. At one time, it was hypothesized that they may have descended from a wild “draft” subspecies of Equus ferus. Studies of mitochondrial DNA (which is passed on though the female line) indicate that a large number of wild mares have contributed to modern domestic breeds; in contrast, studies of y-DNA (passed down the male line) suggest that there was possibly just one single male ancestor of all domesticated breeds. Domestication of the horse probably first occurred in the Eurasian steppes with horses of between 13 hands (52 inches, 132 cm) to over 14 hands (56 inches, 142 cm), and as horse domestication spread, the male descendents of the original stallion went on to be bred with local wild mares.
Domesticated ponies of all breeds originally developed mainly from the need for a working animal that could fulfill specific local draft and transportation needs while surviving in harsh environments. The usefulness of the pony was noted by farmers who observed that a pony could outperform a draft horse on small farms.
By the 20th century, many pony breeds had Arabian and other blood added to make a more refined pony suitable for riding…