Depending! if you plan to buy horses... than you drop in money (big time!) than you have to pay for hay, feed, and vet bills (that puts ya down even more). than you have to train, which most likely means medical bills for if you dont know what your doing, or else you have to pay someone to train your horses for you, which can run from $100-$500 an hour (depending on the person). So it could cost alot if your not ready for anything. Depending on the breed of horses you plan to raise and train, if you are wanting to raise horses for recreational and hobbies.... be willing to pay out of pocket. But if this is an interest in making money breeding, training and sales can be quite lucrative. This is a huge investment in the beginning, but if you know your breed and start with great bloodlines you can make a living. I have met horse farm owners that are into six figures a year..... But this takes years of hard work to accomplish.
And... I've known LOTS of horse breeders over the years. The only way any of them saw it financially advantagous was as a tax shelter. That was even before the horse slaughter ban killed the market! There are now horses being tied to lamp posts in some towns. One friend bought a horse at an auction, took it to his trailer & found the trailer full of horses already! They had been abandoned in his trailer!
Do NOT get into horses thinking you're going to make money!!!
A farmette is a small residential farm. It is run by an owner who doesn't earn his or her money from the farm, but instead, an outside source.
YES! you can work on a farm when you are twelve. helping your family on a farm is a GREAT way to earn money.
To raise food for the family. To earn extra money to buy items the farm can not produce.
you can board your horse at another farm. that means that you pay the owner of the property money and they allow you to keep your horse there. Boarding stables cost ranges from around 100 to 1000 dollars. Make sure to ask the owner if they will feed your horse for you or if you will have to come and feed your horse yourself. Make sure to ask around to see if the stable you choose has a good reputation.
Do you mean farm CASH or farm COINS? You earn farm coins throughout the game or can buy tham. You earn one farm CASH every time you level up, otherwise you have to buy it or compleete offers.
Mr Jones was the owner of the farm.
At the end of war the horse is reunited with his owner, Albert, and goes home with him to the family farm for a good, happy, full-circle ending.
The south region farmed crops. Ex: Cotton, Tobacco, etc. You get the point! All they did to earn money was farm. Technically.
once your farm is paid for about 175,000.00 a year
well a simple answer is they earn money via using "borrowed" land i.e. they rent farm land at a cost which obviosly decreases there profit margin
This is only your choice; have you a farm, have you money, do you like horses etc. ?
A horse farm hand is called an ostler
What is meant by "egg money" is money a farm person, usually a women, earns. They call it "egg money" because they earn their money off chickens that lay eggs.
To get a horse farm on smeet, It should be obvious by now that all you have to do is go to the actual Smeet Farm and click on the big sign on the barn that says "Get your free horse farm!"
It depends on the socioeconomic status and if you're talking about extensive or se
If by "horse farm" you mean "stud (farm)", there are the wordsgraí (Irish) andgre (Welsh)
Some animals are but it depends on the farm owner and animal owner
Steve Jobs is the founder and owner of apple farm
1981 - Horse, Pleasent Colony - Jockey, Jorge Velasquez - Trainer, John Campo - Owner, Campo Buckland Farm - Time, 2:02.00
the conflict is that the family is in need of money to keep their farm so they sell the horse which creates another conflict which is if the horse and boy will survive and meet again
Action and reaction. Leap away from a horse and it will go in the other direction. Convenient for getting it to go somewhere that it does not want to, such as a smelly farm whose owner wants to apply physics to.
A ranch. it is not called a farm.
Well what exactly do you mean? Do you need different examples of horse farms, like UVM Morgan Horse Farm?