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Tune in Tonight: Arabbers Featured on Maryland Farm & Harvest

The MPT series Maryland Farm & Harvest will be on location in Baltimore City, Caroline County, Queen’s Anne County and Frederick County in tonight’s episode that airs at 7 pm on Maryland Public Television. Featured tonight will be a story on the Baltimore City Arabbers during a segment called “The Local Buy.” Show host Al Spoler walks along with one of the City’s last remaining Arabbers as he sells fresh produce by horse and...


All smiles on a snowing Lisbon Parade day for our Photo of the Week! photo by Katherine O. Rizzo ... See MoreSee Less

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All smiles on a snowing Lisbon Parade day for our Photo of the Week! photo by Katherine O. Rizzo

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Great afternoon at The Great Lisbon Farmers Feed the Hungry Christmas Parade!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Great afternoon at The Great Lisbon Farmers Feed the Hungry Christmas Parade!!

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Just watched a golf cart Christmas Parade in The Villages FL and now the Lisbon Parade of horses in MD, gotta love Facebook live.

The snow makes it extra pretty today! =)

Hi Bob that you and one if your horses?? Just beautiful! It's 82 today!

Bridget Dellar next year we are going to this!!!!! BEFORE the Christmas party!

So fun!l love my hometown!

My Mom and Dad are there today!

Such a nice parade! Thanks for sharing!

well exactely how long did this parade last?? We were there at 12:30 and it was over????

Wow i forgot that was today...... Had to be freezing out there ......but wow oh so pretty

We had a blast ,thanks for sharing

OMG!!! I'm freezing just watching this video. Brrrrrrr......

Yay Days End Farm Horse Rescue! Cotton Candy sends her love.

Great horse parade. It was cold today!

So beautiful! And happy to see our Goshen Hounds out there (at about minute 3:10).

Please let me know! I loved being in parades!

One day ARROWWOOD shepherds horses will be in parade 💗

Thanks so much for the video! Cameo by yours truly around minute six

AWSOME THANKS for Sharing!!Dr

Denise Parsons check out Mr Perfect Billy at about minute six

Aww. Unicorns 🦄

Very cool...

Very cool! Just saw Dr. Mike's team in there@

Thank you for videoing this😍

He's such a gem!

Next year for sure

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Even the Goshen Hounds enjoyed it!

Our first year watching the entire parade. Loved the snow. Disappointed in not having horses in this year, but our son loves to bring his tractor and we truly enjoyed watching him.

The snow did not dampen the spirits...

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Terpretariat is at the Lisbon Farmers Feeding the Hungry Christmas Parade

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Thanks to all who came out for the snowy parade!

Terpretariat always puts a smile on people’s faces. Happy Holidays!

Bowersox and Keefe Named to USEF Eventing 18 Lists

The U.S. Equestrian Federation Eventing High Performance Committee approved 15 young riders to participate in its Emerging Athlete Eventing 18 Program for 2018 as well as an additional five young riders as auditors. Making the lists from Maryland are Joe Bowersox of North East and Ryan Keefe of Sandy Spring. Bowersox made the participation list while Keefe is on the auditing list. Bowersox has been riding Minotaure du Passoir at Training and Preliminary this year with wins at MCTA and Fair Hill in May. The pair finished 16th at the Plantation Field International CIC1* in September. Keefe has been competing three horses from Novice through Preliminary is 2017. With Eighttofasttocatch, Keefe won at Morven Park in April and Waredaca in June before placing 24th in Junior Training at the American Eventing Championships in September. Keefe and Eighttofasttocatch finished fourth at Training level at the Area II Championships, held at the Virginia Horse Trials in October. Keefe and Hoodwink took home blue ribbons from Millbrook at Training and GMHA at Preliminary in August. Most recently, the pair finished sixth in the CCI1* at the Virginia Horse Trials in October. She won the Virginia CCI1* with Flintstar, who she also placed fourth with in Junior Preliminary at the AECs. With Flintstar, Keefe also won at Morven Park in September....

News from Capitol Hill

Federal Funding for Equine Therapy? This summer, the U.S. House of Representatives approved an amendment to the “Make America Secure Appropriations Act” (H.R. 3219) offered by Rep. Andy Barr (R-KY), a bill that will increase equine therapy funding for veterans by $5 million during FY2018. However, before the equine therapy provision becomes law, House and Senate lawmakers must convene a “conference” to negotiate final legislation for a vote in both chambers, and present the bill to the President for his signature. Your Help Needed To Keep Guest Worker Program The American Horse Council is urging horse people to advocate for legislative solutions to the federal government’s beleaguered temporary worker visa program.  In mid-January, the government hit the 33,000 visa cap for the first half of the year.  In March, the agency met its 33,000 visa allocation for the second half of 2017, leaving many small businesses who rely on seasonal labor without workers for the summer months.  Although DHS issued an additional 15,000 visas on July 17, the agency issued those visas on an ad hoc, discretionary basis, undermining common sense business planning.  The July decision will also create limited benefits for small businesses relying on summertime help. AHC requests that you tell lawmakers to support the Senate Bill 792 Save Our Small and Seasonal Businesses Act of 2017 (S. 792), a bipartisan bill which would establish...

WANTED: Manure Management Technology And that is no BS!

First published in the December 2018 Equiery Do you have, or do you know of, technology, equipment, infrastructure or services than can improve manure management? Do you have a new idea for a project? If so, the Maryland Department of Ag has some seed money for you. Maryland’s Animal Waste Technology Fund is a grant program that provides seed funding to companies that demonstrate innovative technologies to manage or repurpose manure resources. The program is a key component of Governor Larry Hogan’s broader Agriculture Phosphorus Initiative to improve water quality, strengthen agriculture and bolster rural economies. The fund has $3.5 million available to invest in innovative technologies during State Fiscal Year 2018, which ends June 30, 2018. Approximately $2 million will be directed at projects with a renewable energy component. There is no maximum or minimum request. Vendors, businesses, and individuals are invited to respond to this grant solicitation. More information and an application can be found here. For general information about Maryland’s Animal Waste Technology Fund, click here. Deadline to apply is December 29,...
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