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Re: [RC] Leather Headstalls (was: biothane) - Barbara McCrary

It would be a pity to waste such a good resource as leather.  It's a beautiful medium to work with, as is wood.  Making cowhide into leather is much better than throwing it into a landfill.  And leather has been used in history for thousands of years.  I like it, but I prefer beta biothane because it does not require the effort to keep clean and usable.  I definitely prefer leather for saddles, however.
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Sent: Friday, July 21, 2006 9:55 AM
Subject: Re: [RC] Leather Headstalls (was: biothane)

I'm so glad that they've invented other products like Biothaine and Beta products.  There's something about using dead cow skin on your horse that is just not appealing to me.
Tammy Robinson
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Re: [RC] Leather Headstalls (was: biothane), Trailrite