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“Meanwhile my thoughts and heart go out to the owners of Baylham Farm whose mission to nurture Rare Breeds is one of which I entirely approve and support.”
“A Chicago gang known as the "Breeds" occupy most of the CHA ABLA Housing Projects, known on the streets as "The Village".”
“The Battle of the Breeds was a unique trail competition held between a select group of horses that were nominated by the participating breeds at the festival, on November 14-16 -”
“Five Breeds of Dogs for Apartment LivingDog lovers who live in apartments deserve to have their pets just like everyone else.”
“I came up with the final title when I was writing the first rough draft and Lily sees a sign advertising Rare Breeds (novel title).”
“Featuring four all-new novellas of sensual surprises and seasonal spirits, this collection includes a new tale of the Breeds from Lora Leigh and a return to the world of the Mageverse from Angela Knight.”
“Members of Slow Food Charleston, led by chef Craig Diehl, are working in partnership with local livestock breeder Gra' Moore and the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy to reestablish interest in the breed.”
“The latest turkey census shows heritage turkeys have grown so popular that the number raised for breeding in the U.S. increased nearly 700% between 1997 and 2006, says the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy, which held the census.”
“Breeds include the Chihuahua, dachshund, Boston terrier, shih tzu, bichon frise, miniature pinscher and the xolo, a Mexican hairless dog.”
“Breeds include Samoyeds, Alaskan malamutes, Greenland dogs, Canadian Eskimo dogs, and Siberian huskies.siberianhuskyclub. com/aviemore”
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