Thursday, April 30, 2015

Buncombe County Facing Work-Horse Famine; Farmers Federation Offers Stud Horse, 1932

“Raise Your Own Work Horse,” April, 1932, Farmers Federation News
The Farmers of Buncombe County are now facing a work-horse famine. In a very short time most of their surplus money will be going to other states for teams to do their work.
The Farmers Federation, realizing this fact, is offering the services of this beautiful draft stallion. He will be located at the Clyde Reed Sales Stable, Asheville, N.C., at the old Smith’s Bridge.
He is seven years old, weighs 1,715 pounds, and is solid black in color. The service fee will be $10.

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