“A lot of ranchers would most likely tell you that nothing beats the smell of fresh cut hay and that’s pretty high on my list too.
But, my favorite is the smell of a good horse . . .
That fresh cut hay . . . around here you can only smell that towards the end of June. But, I can smell my horses every day of the year. First thing I do when my horses come up to me is throw my arm around them and smell their neck . . . it’s my way of letting them know I’m their friend.
It’s just one of them small things . . . one of the reasons we do what we do. Small things that don’t mean much to some people – mean more to others.”
Squaw Gap, ND