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    I wouldn't count on only having small pets locked...

    I wouldn't count on only having small pets locked up at night -- many predators that we think of as nocturnal will hunt during the day as well. I have game cams around my place and the number of...
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    Interesting thread, but I don't know how useful...

    Interesting thread, but I don't know how useful the numbers can really be for someone considering a farm purchase. So much depends on the size of the place, number of horses, climate, terrain,...
  3. I think I had that same one from Dressage...

    I think I had that same one from Dressage Extensions and found that my big warmblood with the equally big head didn't fit into it. But it did prove useful for hand walking a smaller, and even more...
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    I think that the search function thinks 3...

    I think that the search function thinks 3 characters is too short (so MSM or LTD or 123 would have same result). The workaround that I use is to enter "site:chronofhorse.com/forum EPM" into Google...
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    Just look in the similar threads box below, and...

    Just look in the similar threads box below, and you'll find several.;)
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    I like the Nunn Finer high neck gum ones. Easy on...

    I like the Nunn Finer high neck gum ones. Easy on and off, seem to last a reasonable time, and no rubs. Mine don't last years like others report simply because my horses like to eventually pull on...
  7. Mary's Tack (marystack.com) has the Stubben EZ...

    Mary's Tack (marystack.com) has the Stubben EZ Control bits as part of their bit rental program, so you might check that out as a way to try it without committing to buying. I have the D-ring version...
  8. I have an aluminum over steel Trail-et that I...

    I have an aluminum over steel Trail-et that I adore, and if ever replace it, will probably go with a Hawk as it is pretty similar (and Trail-et is out of business).

    I looked at Exiss and did not...
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    Our area and that which grows the hay that I use...

    Our area and that which grows the hay that I use is super low selenium. I wasn't even aware that Horse Guard was sold outside the NW as I always thought of it as a regional product, like NW Horse...
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    For the hair, I just brush off with a stiff...

    For the hair, I just brush off with a stiff brush, just not so stiff/hard that it catches the stitching of the quilting. I pretty much do that every time I use any of my pads, so the hair doesn't get...
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    Horse Guard describes itself as a...

    Horse Guard describes itself as a "vitamin-mineral supplement" so that's good enough for me. I use it for my horses - switched from NW Horse Supplement because HG had a better selenium content and...
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    I wouldn't worry about him growing if he has only...

    I wouldn't worry about him growing if he has only just turned 3, and you say he is pretty immature looking. Mine have all grown until 5 years of age -- if he is 15.2 now, I bet he'll hit 16 hands...
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    I don't remember getting instructions with mine,...

    I don't remember getting instructions with mine, so no idea what they directed, but I just wash mine in cold water with mild soap and line dry. I have one that is a few years old and washed like that...
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    I had a horse that was really sensitive to bugs...

    I had a horse that was really sensitive to bugs and seemed to attract them more than any others on the place. I used the Buggzo product from Horsetech and felt that it helped him. It smells like...
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    Thank you for posting, volcanojess. :)

    Thank you for posting, volcanojess. :)
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    Is he getting hay? That's the part I'd be more...

    Is he getting hay? That's the part I'd be more concerned about the NSCs as that is (I would think) the bigger part of his diet, assuming you've pulled him off pasture. If you don't know the NSC for...
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    I have slip on shoes from Ariat that have kind of...

    I have slip on shoes from Ariat that have kind of a stretchy top so stuff doesn't get inside them. They aren't waterproof, and like a sneaker, but very comfortable and if they get especially gross, I...
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    Bumping up this old thread as I have the same...

    Bumping up this old thread as I have the same question -- anyone have any experience with JNS Equine Transport? I'm looking at using them next month so any personal recommendations or warnings would...
  19. We have a Mill Creek ground driven spreader and...

    We have a Mill Creek ground driven spreader and use it only for composted manure (we do not spread fresh). Works great for that and we pull it with a 25 hp garden tractor, which does fine except if...
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    I have a combined tack and feed room for 3 horses...

    I have a combined tack and feed room for 3 horses that is 12x12 -- actually a little less than that as the stairway to the loft takes a portion (but there is space under the stairs that is usable)....
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    Horses can and will hurt themselves on any fence,...

    Horses can and will hurt themselves on any fence, as we all know. Unfortunate that yours got into the WL and I do hope it recovers fine. I still much prefer it over other options like the electric...
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    I have Centaur HTP fencing and think it is great....

    I have Centaur HTP fencing and think it is great. It must be properly installed, however, and anywhere there is a problem with it that I have seen, it has been installation error. Like mine -- the...
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    That Hoover sweeper is also sold on Amazon and...

    That Hoover sweeper is also sold on Amazon and Home Depot, so if you check those sites, there are more reviews. Some talk about it needing to be a pretty smooth surface so not sure how it will work...
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    Flexible is an Irish Sporthorse Stallion based in...

    Flexible is an Irish Sporthorse Stallion based in the US (Oregon). http://flexiblegrandprixjumper.com
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    Yes, not sure why I didn't catch that - you...

    Yes, not sure why I didn't catch that - you should have fire extinguishers. I'm amazed every time I visit a barn where there aren't any. That could have come in pretty darn handy for the fire you...
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