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  1. Thread: Cytowave

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    Cyto-would you mind sharing the science behind...

    Cyto-would you mind sharing the science behind the cytowave technology? I have seen a few around, and am interested in how it works. Thanks!
  2. Equine Rehabilitation/Layup Center-have you used? Thoughts?

    I am in the works of creating one, and am curious to 'poll' the COTH crowds on opinions, thoughts, "wish they had ____", I hated ____, etc.

    How many of you have utilized a rehab/layup center for...
  3. Anyone use USRider with bad experiences?

    Anyone use USRider with bad experiences?
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    Paddock Paradise Track width?

    Hello! Those with the 'paddock paradise' systems-how wide is your track? Pros/Cons? Have it one width and wish you had changed it-or did you change it?
    I am going to be putting in more permanent...
  5. Travel Insurance for you, your horses, your horse trailer.

    What company do you have? Things you like, dislike. Experiences?
    Other than USRider, what else is out there?
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    It takes time, and absolute 'black and white'...

    It takes time, and absolute 'black and white' pressure and release. I have the same harness and leash as french fry-and same sort of situation re: following cat around, for the most part. It's very...
  7. If you could 'do it over again', would you change...

    If you could 'do it over again', would you change anything?
    For us, I can't say I would. In our new 'farmette' (going from a large 40+ acre farm to a 5 acre farmette has been a challenge these past...
  8. I have found creating a strict feeding schedule,...

    I have found creating a strict feeding schedule, AM and PM only, does help cats to 'come back' and hang out, as they know they need to be around for feeding time......start with super yummy...
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    This first, a sit down, face to face...

    This first, a sit down, face to face conversation. A "we need to talk" talk. ;)
    Then, if he doesn't work on understanding that or try to, he's a 'selfish jerk' (per the other commenters...
  10. What are your paddock & pasture sizes?

    Hi! So, what are you paddock sizes? What about larger pasture?
    I have not dealt much with smaller paddocks, just 1 acre+ pastures and smaller dry lots for turnout. Usually 1/2 day turnout for dry...
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    :lol: a 'squishy leaf',.....!

    :lol: a 'squishy leaf',.....!
  12. Curious (off topic, sorry) about the Gas-X some...

    Curious (off topic, sorry) about the Gas-X some are mentioning. Never heard of using it with a colic? I would love to hear what you've been told or explained regarding giving Gas-x to horses....
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    I wholeheartedly agree. Not a fun thing to think...

    I wholeheartedly agree. Not a fun thing to think about or have some introspection into with your lives, but necessary.

    You mentioned not really 'knowing' how to talk to him about this....
    and a...
  14. I have to agree with either 1) just a card sent,...

    I have to agree with either 1) just a card sent, 2) donate the amount you feel obligated to send to him to a charity and let him know.
    Either option is suitable and would be 'sociably acceptable'....
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    Thanks everyone-Tipperary and Charles Owens it...

    Thanks everyone-Tipperary and Charles Owens it is. :)
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    Wanted to add-he is about an 8 size, which I am...

    Wanted to add-he is about an 8 size, which I am finding in Charles Owen. Mmmm,...of course.
    He wants something sleek looking and low profile. Perhaps Tipperary?
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    Best helmet for men?

    My DH is interested in getting a helmet, finally! This is a big deal , as a guy who grew up on a cattle ranch and has never worn one in the past. Any men out there who can recommend one that suits...
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    Thanks 2tempe-I appreciate it! :)

    Thanks 2tempe-I appreciate it! :)
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    I do respect everyone's opinions about the oil,...

    I do respect everyone's opinions about the oil, but it is a bit frustrating to have this derailed to everyone's opinions of mineral oil, instead of what the original post is asking.......:no:
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    It is not intended as part of a daily diet and...

    It is not intended as part of a daily diet and yes, you are right, the USP does show intended use and quality.
    I am surely not the only horse owner that keeps mineral oil on hand.....


    However,...
  21. I agree with the above. If you are just working...

    I agree with the above. If you are just working the horse and not care taking, inform the barn and the barn will need to determine whether to call the vet.

    Is he running a temp? If he isn't...
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    Differences in Mineral Oils?

    I am trying to find an online resource for mineral oil gallon jugs. After some searching, I am finding prices are very different for different brands-all are are 'animal quality/food grade'.
    ...
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    I will chime in with regionally, I see it done in...

    I will chime in with regionally, I see it done in the southeast at a few large, very nice barns- high end barns with large board bills. The farms I know of that do this, do offer lots of amenities to...
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    Give yourself a break mentally-and by that, I...

    Give yourself a break mentally-and by that, I mean, don't beat yourself up over a shaken confidence. Hard to do, easy to say.
    Instead, allow yourself to take a step back and go back to smaller...
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    I would agree and echo the above posters-working...

    I would agree and echo the above posters-working hard to find a Dressage trainer, or advanced rider that would be able to teach you, in your area would really be more beneficial than buying a horse...
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