$800,000 saved, dreams of breeding horses
Bobbie and Mike Jackson, both 66, dream of turning their land in Tennessee into a horse farm that serves special-needs children.
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#1 Jul 16, 2013
We've been in the horse business for over 25 years. PLEASE talk to other Equine professionals before you do this!! It isn't exactly as easy as it sounds, after reading this article.
You can check us out at www.narniafarm.com , this will give you a general idea of what we do. While it may be somewhat different than what you have in mind, many of the costs etc.., will be the same. Feel free to call us with questions or we can recommend other farms in the area that you might be interested in talking to.
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