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DIY - Do It Yourself!

Why Do It Yourself? While there are many reasons to DIY, here are few that just make sense!
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  • Pride in work - When you fix it yourself, you control the quality of work.
  • Sense of accomplishment - It feels good!
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The normal temperature of an adult horse at rest is about 99 to 101 degrees Fahrenheit.

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