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Whatever it takes… By TAMI MARLER, MBA Swingin’ D Horse Rescue has a policy of keeping our horses a minimum of 30 days before we post them for adoption. First and foremost, we want to make sure the horse is healthy, and free of any contagious ailment that might infect other horses. Secondly, it give […]

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By TAMI MARLER, MBA How did closing U.S. slaughter plants help horses? When Congress shuttered horse slaughter plants across the U.S. in 2007, horse lovers hoped we’d seen an end to horse slaughter. The reality is that America became the largest exporter of live horses for foreign slaughter in the world. The kill buyers that […]

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Oklahoma summers are not kind to horses. The sweltering temperatures, combined with the sticky humidity, makes some days downright oppressive. You’ve heard of the heat index – the number the temperature feels like instead of the actual number on the thermometer. For horses, the numerical combination of humidity and degrees is the index – the […]

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Give your brain a jolt! Swingin’ D Horse Rescue knows our horse-loving friends work hard all day. Every once in a while, it helps to put your mind on something less stressful. We hope you enjoy our Brain Breaks! Answer 3 horses=30 means 1 horse=10 1 horse (10) and 2 pairs of horseshoes=18, so 2 […]

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