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HORSES ADOPT ORPHANED DEER A fawn was spotted wandering alone in a field near Subenacadle, Nova Scotia, Canada, but managed to survive with the help of his new foster family of horses. Once the horses took him in, the fawn never left. He was able to survive summer and fall without his mothers milk. We guess all he really needed was a lot of love and tender care.

HORSES ADOPT ORPHANED A DEER. A fawn was spotted wandering alone in a field near Subenacadle, Nova Scotia, Canada, but managed to survive with the help of his new foster family of horses. Once the horses took him in, the fawn never left.

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DIY Lighting Tealight candles dangled from shades of purple ribbon among the trees surrounding Melody and Adam's wedding venue. As the reception progressed, the candlelight (and bistro lights hung above) cast a romantic glow over the yard.

ARDENNAIS Thought to descend from the prehistoric Solutré horse, the Ardennais is one of the most ancient horse breeds in Europe. The use of this breed dates back to Ancient Rome. First bred for the purposes of war, then agriculture, the Ardennais was considered one of the best breeds of draft horse.

ARDENNAIS Thought to descend from the prehistoric Solutré horse, the Ardennais is one of the most ancient horse breeds in Europe. The use of this breed dates back to Ancient Rome. First bred for the purposes of war, then agriculture, the Ardennais.

Grand Champion Steer, Ft. Worth, 1959. Just goes to show how drastically the beef industry has changed in the past 50 years!

Photograph of a Grand Champion Steer whose lead rope is being held by a young girl wearing a button-up shirt and belt. In the background is a chain-link fence and an old car.