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Summer 2010 Out Here Magazine

Musical Roots


Each time Jesse Wells pulls the bow across the strings of the fiddle tucked beneath his chin or plucks the strings of a banjo, he tugs a little tighter on the tie that binds him to his Kentucky birthright.


Jesse plays old-time music — the primitive, distinctive acoustic fiddles, mandolins, banjos, and guitars that define the sound of Appalachia. Remember the soundtrack from the movie, O Brother Where Art Thou?


"It's been part of my life since the beginning," says Jesse, who not only plays old-time music, but he teaches it, too, at Morehead (Ky.) State University.

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Featured Articles from the Summer 2010 Issue

Duck, Duck, Goose


John Metzer may have the most adorable farm in the world. Metzer Farms raises baby ducks and geese. Each year, hundreds of thousands of ducklings and goslings leave the farm when they're just one day old, fluffy, fuzzy, and golden, bound for back yards and ponds across the country and around the world.

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It Pays to Keep Your Dog Fit


Keeping your dog at his ideal weight will pay off in good health. About half of all pets are overweight or obese, and unfortunately, many of their owners might not even know it.

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Your Horse:
To Shoe Or Not To Shoe


A growing number of horses today are staying barefoot as owners realize unshod feet can be healthier than having shoes on all the time.


Not all horses can go barefoot, however. To know whether your horse is a good candidate for leaving shoes off, consider several important factors.

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