All Things Horse

Forty-seven Years Of Horse Experience – At Your Service!

Hay!!!

Joe needed to board his horse for a couple of months while he went on the road, so he went to see Farmer Jones.

Jones said, “I charge $50 a week, and I keep the manure.”

Joe said that was too muctruck-and-hayh money, so Jones suggested he try Farmer Smith.

Smith said, “I charge $40 a week, and I keep the manure.”

Joe said that was still too much, so Smith told him to check with Farer Brown down the road.

Joe went to see Farmer Brown, who said he would keep him for $5 a week. Joe was understandably pleased with this price, so he offered, “I suppose you want to keep the manure.”

“Feller,” drawled Farmer Brown, “At $5 a week, there ain’t gonna be none.”

The moral of the story…, don’t cheapscape your horse. Remember he is your FRIEND!

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December 3, 2008 - Posted by | horsing around, Uncategorized | , , , ,

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