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• Lamb horns and nothing but. What else is added to Icelandis Plus lamb horns for dogs? Nothing. No preservatives, flavors, or additives. Why mess with perfection?
• A sustainable choice. Using every part of an animal is just better for the environment. Icelandic+ lamb horns are a lamb bi-product; what was formerly discarded (or scored by very happy farm dogs who have savored them, since the age of the Vikings), is now an delicious, eco-friendly dog treat.
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Hunting horns are making a comeback in rural Louisiana Delta game hunting clubs for their effectiveness in handling hunting dogs and as folk art objects of beauty. They were formerly used to call dogs or send important messages to neighbors. James LeCroix, a pre-veterinarian college major turned carpenter, is one of the few hunting horn makers practicing the traditional craft in Louisiana. This Harrisonburg resident, born in 1954, learned how to make hunting horns by asking advice from local old-timers and experimenting with new materials when need be. His desire to preserve the tradition is fueled by his love of hunting with dogs; they seem to "naturally respond to the horn," he says. A great deal of the enjoyment derived from hunting with dogs is the pleasure of listening to the various "voices" in the pack (Frantom 2), but hunters also love the sound and beauty of their hunting horns. James LeCroix says that a "good" horn should be easy to blow and look attractive. Different colors of horn material "work" differently and affect how much the horn can be thinned for proper sound. Some people prefer a "coarse" low-pitched horn and other prefer a "fine trill" high-pitched horn, he says. The sound has to do with the length and opening size at the flared end of the horn, and, he states, one can't tell exactly how a horn will sound until it is made. A good horn has "ring and carry," which means that it can be heard at a great distance. Of equal importance, particularly to older hunters, is an easy horn to blow. To help with this problem, LeCroix standardizes the size of the mouthpiece with his drill bit. Some people have a preference for the right horn of an animal because it's supposed to make a better horn. There's one more thing a good hunting horn should have: "Most people who buy my horns or want me to give them one seem to want one that's pretty." He accommodates them by producing horns with gleaming finishes.Hunting horns came from the European, particularly English, sports hunting tradition. However, more often than not, American settlers used horns hunting with dogs for wild game to supplement their diets or sell the pelts. According to an 1890 sports hunting publication, different types of animal horns were once used to indicate to the dog pack which type of game they were to seek (Trigg 62); but today dogs are trained to hunt only one type of game. Hunting dogs are specially trained to handle cattle, hogs, coons, birds, fox, and coyote.In the name of science, our brewmaster lined up these five Horn Dogs after breakfast to see how each beer had aged. After a thorough sampling of each vintage alongside the 2017 Horn Dog, the most noticeable feature was an increase in aromatic sweetness for each year the beer was aged. As an English Barley Wine, Horn Dog does not have a strong hop characteristic to begin with, however there is also a reduced amount of bitterness for each year the beer aged as well. Whether you like your Horn Dog right off the line or back in time, we’ve got one for you.