This is Episode 29 of Season 3 and in it, Jec interviews Donna-Maria Flood of DMventions. Donna Maria has scores of simple fixes and DIY projects for your horse spaces and equipment. Most are inexpensive and don’t require a year-long carpentry apprenticeship. Make it in 10 minutes, for less than 10 bucks is more like it.
This episode may require you to do some visualization, and, if you’re interested. Check out Donna-Maria’s website for instructions and videos on many of the projects. We also have a few DIY projects on NickerNews, for saddle racks and headstall hangers.
Oh, one more thing:
This is a busy time of year for trying out gear and getting more active. For instance, Jec and I are trying out some new styles of Hoka running shoes. The best brand, in our humble, for trail running. Also, Duckworth and Chill Angel are two fantastic brands using fine wool and making clothing in the US. We like wool because it’s more durable and a whole lot less body odor-y than other fabrics. I’m wearing Duckworth’s hooded henley in spruce green. Like Chill Angel’s sleepwear, it is warm when I need it to be and cool when I need it to be. Kind of magical.
Also, I want to mention Helle knives, made in Norway and perfect for your horse camping or glamping set up.
Oh, and stay tuned after Jec’s interview for another poem by Sampson Moss, our Canadian friend, working cowboy, and occasional rodeo competitor who runs Prairie Wind Hat Works in Alberta, Canada.
Our title sponsor is Lucerne Farms, producers of quality forage feeds. Forage is chopped, packaged hay. Sometimes it’s alfalfa, sometimes timothy, sometimes blended, and sometimes with a touch of molasses. Always scrumptious. After hay and grass, it’s pretty much the best alternative and a great way to supplement feed for your hard keeper.
And thanks to Redmond Equine and Pharm Aloe – for generously sponsoring our podcast. Check out Pharm Aloe’s aloe pellets which you can simply sprinkle on your horse’s feed and Redmond’s Rock on a Rope which you can simply hang on a fence. We think you’ll love ‘em.
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That’s it. Another episode in the can and out of the barn. Thanks for listening, y’all!