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Power Equipment, Exmark, Hustler Turf Equipment, Echo, Bear Cat, ELIET, Honda Engines, Kawasaki Engines and Kohler Engine. Combine this wide selection with our friendly and knowledgeable staff , and Mason’s Saw & Lawnmower Service has what it takes to become your only stop for all of your outdoor power needs. From the minute you walk through the door, fi nding and meeting your needs is the No. 1 priority of this company, whcih believes in excellent customer service, principles of hard work and a focused at itude that leads to satisfi ed customers. See ad on page 12.


Micro Rain


(800) 373-9325 MicroRain.net Micro Rain arena watering systems are the


latest innovation in arena watering! Horse owners understand the importance of main- taining moisture content in their arena to ensure proper footing and to control dust, keeping both horse and rider healthy. Micro Rain’s turbine-driven, self-traveling


sprinkler systems provide a labor-free solu- tion to watering dusty arenas! It’s traveling sprinklers are designed to give you a simple, automated method of applying water to your arena surface. With Micro Rain, you get uni- form water coverage throughout the entire arena, eliminating both puddles and dry spots! The Micro Rain sprinkler travels the length of the arena, and when it reaches the opposite end of the arena, it then automat- ically shuts off . Less eff ective methods like hand watering, stationary sprinklers, cum- bersome water trucks, fence top sprinklers, and other methods are many times less than adequate and can be eliminated when using the Micro Rain system. See ad on page 18.


Parma Company


(208) 722-5116 ParmaCompany.com Parma® Arena Groomer provides complete


ground preparation in one pass, and it comes in diff erent sizes and options to fi t your arena needs: Mini, Standard and Pro. Parma Company’s mission is to produce


equipment that helps its customers perform more effi ciently through off ering a high quality, professionally built product that is competitively priced with on-time delivery.


TRACTOR & RANCH EQUIPMENT


Located in Parma, Idaho, in the heart of the Treasure Valley of southwest Idaho and eastern Oregon, Parma Company is a leading manufacturer of specialized agricultural equipment for the farming and livestock industries. It has an in-house engineering department that has established it as an innovative leader throughout the agricultural community, and it prides itself on fi ne worksmanship and specialization of its equipment. See ad on page 19.


Reveal 4-N-1


(937) 444-2609 reveal4-n-1.com


Whether you manage a professional arena or ride in your backyard, the Reveal 4-N-1 will help you achieve the best footing for you and your horse. Keep riding through the tough weather conditions with the help of the Reveal 4-N-1. Considered the ultimate arena and ground prep tool, hydraulically designed to make ground preparation and maintenance easier and less time-consum- ing. This rugged, hard-working tool easily


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moving sale • Ranch Equipment


• 4 Metal Stall Guards • 9 Metal Fence Feeders: Heavy Duty • 2 Rubber Water Tubs: 100 Gallon


• 2 Large Wooden Tack Trunks • 2 Field Feeders: 6' x 8' • 2 4-Rail Pipe Corrals: 12'×36'


“After breeding and showing Arabian horses for some time, we are going to gray pastures. We hope someone can use these items to enhance their ranch!”


(951) 926-9764 • esarver@gmail.com • Winchester, CA


917874-1809A


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