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  1. My error--there was not a significant difference...

    My error--there was not a significant difference between whole and skim, but there was a significant difference between the GI and II in both of them.
  2. Typical differences between 1 cup whole milk and...

    Typical differences between 1 cup whole milk and 1 cup skim milk are 12 g CHOs in whole, 13 g in skim.

    Lactose, the primary sugar in milk--a whopping 3.94 Calories/gram.

    There are other reasons...
  3. Th only thing you can legally add to skim milk is...

    Th only thing you can legally add to skim milk is water, and then, only if it's been previously concentrated or dried. Sufficient water to reconstitute it is then allowed.

    (And they check the...
  4. No, they don't add sugar to skim milk. Unless...

    No, they don't add sugar to skim milk. Unless it's flavored milk, and then it must be listed on the label.
    And I don't know where you live, but around here,the skim milk ain't concentrated. It...
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    I must admit that I am mildly amused that none of...

    I must admit that I am mildly amused that none of the usual defenders of the status quo have jumped in here to tell the hoi polloi that the top level hunters all go that way *naturally* and that...
  6. Florida is weird. FDA does not set standards for...

    Florida is weird.
    FDA does not set standards for Vitamin A content in milk, but apparently FL does.

    Actually, let me correct myself slightly.
    It is not required to add Vitamin A to milk, *but*...
  7. Who are "they"?

    Who are "they"?
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    You two have done well by one another.

    You two have done well by one another.
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    Yes.:eek:

    Yes.:eek:
  10. When I worked on a large TB farm, we went down...

    When I worked on a large TB farm, we went down the aisle while the horses ate breakfast, scrubbed out the bucket and dumped the water into a large wheelbarrow. A second person followed behind with...
  11. Thread: Lake in turnout

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    Point taken :D

    Point taken :D
  12. Thread: Lake in turnout

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    Having been involved with assisting a horse who...

    Having been involved with assisting a horse who went down on ice and one who went through the ice, I'd fence it off in winter.
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    Well, for starters, "Later" and "joy" are two...

    Well, for starters, "Later" and "joy" are two entirely separate concepts.

    What you describe wrt to race days is a strong power of association.
    Which is one of the main characteristics that makes...
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    Are you sure it's penicillin? I ask because...

    Are you sure it's penicillin?
    I ask because orally administered penicillin has very low bioavailability in the horse.
  15. How does wider distribution stop your supporting...

    How does wider distribution stop your supporting your local tack shop?
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    Except when, like CVS, they come in and drive...

    Except when, like CVS, they come in and drive local pharmacists out. There used to be 3 local independent pharmacies who were excellent at helping me provide medication to my patients.
    CVS and...
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    I once rough-boarded at an establishment where...

    I once rough-boarded at an establishment where resided, among other equids, a TB mare and stallion.
    When I moved in I remarked about the mare's advanced pregnancy, and inquired as to her due date....
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    You did everything anyone could have for this...

    You did everything anyone could have for this horse.
    Good on you.

    And thanks for following up with a necropsy to give you and your DVM some answers.
  19. Why would anyone be unhappy that a good product...

    Why would anyone be unhappy that a good product was getting wider distribution?
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    Which is there because some idiot put a hairdryer...

    Which is there because some idiot put a hairdryer under the blankets in their child's crib, and the child sustained serious injury.
  21. animals live in the present. She will not hate...

    animals live in the present.
    She will not hate you for shortening her lifespan.
    It is also entirely possible she does suffer from some level of constant discomfort.

    There are worse fates than a...
  22. I said "easier", not cheaper. What I meant was...

    I said "easier", not cheaper.
    What I meant was that your physician has less regulatory hassle prescribing off-label use of approved meds for you than I have of prescribing off-label use of...
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    Since the OP is being coy, I have little idea...

    Since the OP is being coy, I have little idea what she's unhappy about.
    However, I finally reached a point in ambulatory practice where the only firm time I set was for the first appointment of the...
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    I want a refund from my clinical pharmacology...

    I want a refund from my clinical pharmacology professor, because he never taught me how to ID sedated horses from show photos.
  25. Actually, human drug regulations are looser than...

    Actually, human drug regulations are looser than veterinary ones.
    It is much easier to do off-label use of any drug which has been approved for human use than it is t do off-label use in vet med.
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