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Native Sun 48m
We're now offering deli delivery thanks to our friends at Open Dining and Door Dash! Can't make it to the store? Don't want to wait? We'll come to you. Thanks to for keeping us top of mind:
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Gam Farm Rare Breeds 16h
The boys walking back up the lane after being sheared
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Diana DJ 15h
Excited to use deodorants - they smell divine and free from aluminium, parabens and sulfates. Plus free international shipping! *not a sponsored post
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BlackDog Jul 17
Watching the news and expecting to see protesting in the new 'hood.
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amanda Jul 15
i just started using this all natural deodorant by the brand Native. it smells SO GOOD, it's paraben free, and aluminum free. I'm so happy i finally found a deodorant that doesnt harm my body and that smells good!
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Greencott Lamb Jul 20
I am pleased with how this years' lambs are growing on. The flock is especially enjoying clearing this overgrown field, turning unproductive scrubland into delicious and nutritious meat
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Pen Rashbass Jul 19
Replying to @MLProduce
I agree - what is 'fashionable' in the show ring has a lot to answer for - it risks restricting the gene pool further. Personally, I try to breed for hardiness traits rather than looks (tho' obviously good looks are a bonus 😉😃)- but then I'm not interested in showing.
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Christopher Price Jul 17
Tom Blunt at our native pony seminar explaining the fortunes of the various breeds.
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Debbie Frederiksen Jul 18
I don’t think I’ve ever been so excited about deodorant before! Now let’s see if live up to my expectations.
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GoodLifeMeatCo Jul 15
Sheep working hard at clearing willow scrub.
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treestian Jul 19
No matter how busy and dusty and noisy the streets of Cebu City, the glorious trees of Narra and Acacia still lifts up the feels, especially when they all bloom.
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Nature Scoop Jul 19
Replying to @GardeningTexas
Great! !
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Mike Healey Jul 20
They call me mellow yellow 1 Beach rose (Rosa rugosa — not native) 2 Double-yellow beach rose, visited by a sweat bee (from the Halictidae family) 3 Green-headed coneflower (Rudbeckia laciniata - native) 4 An early-blooming, mystery Aster (native)
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Hunters Hill Outdoor Feb 27
And our first pedigree Leicester Longwool looks like it's a girl!
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Christopher Price Jul 14
Great to see these shire horses at doing pretty much what they are supposed to be doing. The plough is from Stafford and the harness is from the Amish.
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Native Sun Jul 18
Summer camp, hiking, cookouts, etc. Summer is full of fun. You know what else is fun? Having clean hands & clean pits. Sanitize the germy, stinky stuff w/ these on-the-go deodorant & hand wipes from 🌤🏕 📸: Brianna Hill
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Gourmet Goatling & Lambwath View Flock May 22
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Native Sun Jul 19
The shirt says it all. You'll like your energy after you take advantage of this week's Buy One Get One FREE deal on Sambazon Energy Drinks!
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Dameon Layt Jul 15
This is fantastic! Great to see a Suffolk Horse in a new role!
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Christopher Price Jul 20
Absolutely - native breed ponies, and indeed other native breeds , have a huge role in creating a sense of place; particularly important in National Parks.
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