How to determine the weight of an anvil

How to determine the weight of an anvil

Most anvils are weighted using the English hundredweight system. So an anvil with the number 1 0 16 weighs 128 pounds. The first number (1) is multiplied by 112. The second number (0) is multiplied by 28, and the third number (16) is the actual pounds.
Second annual induction ceremony, July 14, 2016

Second annual induction ceremony, July 14, 2016

The Colorado Plateau Horseman’s Hall of Fame held its second annual ceremony to induct new members into the Hall of Fame on July 14, during the Mesa County Fair. Photos below show the recipients of their awards or their representatives.        ...
Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame

The Colorado Plateau Horseman’s Hall of Fame is holding our second annual induction ceremony at the Mesa County Fair this coming Thursday, July 14. Representatives of the Ute Indian Tribe from Utah, officials from Dinosaur National Monument and family members of two...
Bone Horses

Bone Horses

– by Bob Silbernagel Gordon Hirschi and I spent a great afternoon Monday with Sonya Popelka of Dinosaur National Monument, learning about the Carnegie Horses. Over 15 years, beginning in 1909, they carried 350 tons of dinosaur bones, wrapped in plaster, from...
Wild Horse Headaches

Wild Horse Headaches

By Bob Silbernagel It doesn’t seem to matter what the U.S. Bureau of Land Management does regarding wild horses, someone gets upset. And the most strident of the wild-horse advocacy groups accuse the agency of trying to kill off all the wild horses. That is suggested...
No More Blankets – An Amazing Article

No More Blankets – An Amazing Article

This is a wonderful article about blanketing by Natalija Aleksandrova at Holistic Horse & Hoof Care. In order for a mammal to survive, internal body temperature is kept within a very narrow range. If the temperature exceeds these limits either above or below, the...

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