U. S. Establishes Stallion Farm, Daily Racing Form, 1919-11-05


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U. S. ESTABLISHES STALLION FARM WASHINGTON, D. C, November 4. A new stallion farm, the only one of its kind In the country, was. establtshedby the United States Department of Agriculture -in co-operation with the Wyoming Agricultural College, at Buffalo, Wyo., July 1. It is to be known as the United States-Wyoming Horse Breeding Station, where the work that has been done for the. Inst fifteen yeare by the. department in co-operation with the Colorado Agricultural College will be continued. The object of the work at; this station will lie to produce high-class stallions suitable for the production of utility horses adapted to western range and farm conditions. Stallions at this station are available for use by mare owners in the community, and from time to time" they will be sent for service to different parts of Wyoming and Colorado. Stallions developed, for the range weigh, from 1,200 to 1,400 pounds.

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