UK's economic analysis of horses' impact on the state, the first in-depth study in decades, should be a benchmark for policy makers and community planners, said Jill Stowe, director of UK's ag equine programs and lead economist on the study. "For instance, we have a lot more trail riders in this area, and we don't really have any trails," she said.
UK's economic analysis of horses' impact on the state, the first in-depth study in decades, should be a benchmark for policy makers and community planners, said Jill Stowe, director of UK's ag equine programs and lead economist on the study. "For instance, we have a lot more trail riders in this area, and we don't really have any trails," she said. Herald-Leader
UK's economic analysis of horses' impact on the state, the first in-depth study in decades, should be a benchmark for policy makers and community planners, said Jill Stowe, director of UK's ag equine programs and lead economist on the study. "For instance, we have a lot more trail riders in this area, and we don't really have any trails," she said. Herald-Leader

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