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Wet Winter coming to an end

It has been a lovely wet winter this year in Tassie.  Yes, I am not even complaining about all the flooding!  After having hardly any rain last winter, we are appreciating seeing the ground wet and our western lake filled again.   1,010 more words

Milkenunny

Levy statements in sectional title schemes

By Dr Carryn Melissa Durham

I was inspired to write this article after reading a recent post on the Paddocks Facebook page.

The questions which arise from this post are : 748 more words

Legal

?s - Keeping Stallions - 1

I commonly frequent several Forums on Miniature Horses and Ponies and a few on horses as well.  Recently – there was a post asking questions about stallions.  1,816 more words

Ponies

Adding Oxygen

A sure sign of spring being in full swing is when we finally start dealing with the piles of manure that accumulate in the paddocks over winter. 367 more words

Chronicle

Ignoble Perch

Last week, when the snow was rapidly vanishing in the sun, Cyndie captured this poignant portrait of Delilah perched regally on one of the manure piles in the paddock. 164 more words

Chronicle

Growing Grass

We have been working steadily for quite a few months now, to get our middle 2.5 acre paddock ready to grow some good grass for the stock.   651 more words

Milkenunny

Good Footing

It’s the time of year again when the thawing ground turns to mud, especially in areas where the horses walk. The first couple of years after we moved here were extremely wet in the spring, so we got a thorough lesson in worst case scenarios. 522 more words

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