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...s the world. Horse & Rider has many subscribers, not counting the numbers that are just purchased outright from the local stores. Horse & Rider is easily capable of reaching more and more people than ever imaginable. Without such magazine it would be hard for our company, Farnam, and many others in the agriculture field to connect with consumers. Billboards, word of mouth and local newspapers just don’t reach the number of consumers we would like for our company and products to reach. By being able to publish and advertise our company and products in this publication and many others like Horse & Rider, we are able to reach 100X the amount of consumers we would be able to without such publications. Horse & Rider is such a great and useful outlet for our company to get the word out about our business, our company, our products, and help bring consumers to our company.
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