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  1. www.suesimonstudios.com

    www.suesimonstudios.com
  2. Went for 980,000.00. Winning bid was made via...

    Went for 980,000.00. Winning bid was made via phone so I hear..
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    My 29 year old guy is now down 4 teeth but also...

    My 29 year old guy is now down 4 teeth but also has severe wave mouth, and many of his remaining teeth are at gum level. He lives out and is still able to graze but hay is starting to become a...
  4. 2 young cats in need of a good home: Central VA

    I have 2 young cats that I'd like to find an excellent home for. They are certainly not in any danger of going to a shelter, but they deserve more attention than I'm able to give to them right now...
  5. Thoughts on this OTTB pedigree for a potential eventer..

    I was hesitant to post this in the racing forum, but I was wondering if people had thoughts on this pedigree. This gelding is local for me and will probably be seeing him this week. He may be going...
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    Thanks very much for the input. I'm in the...

    Thanks very much for the input. I'm in the process of speaking with a feed consultant who is local, and I'm taking my hay to get analyzed this week.

    Can you tell me what you mean by 'oil grain?'...
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    Mixing own feed: Suggestions?

    I have found a wonderful farmer nearby who has been mixing a custom feed mix for my chickens for a few months now. They look glorious and don't waste it like they did with the other 'store bought'...
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    Thanks for the tips all! I was able to locate the...

    Thanks for the tips all! I was able to locate the # after traveling down a few narrow roads. I don't have his papers, it just took a bit of work but I appreciate the assistance!
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    Tattoo research?

    I'm trying to find the tattoo # for my gelding. It's difficult to read and I can't make much out at all.. he's an 05 baby, so he's starting with an 'I' and I do have his registered name (and his...
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    Vitacost will have sales every so often.. I got...

    Vitacost will have sales every so often.. I got my last batch really cheap from them.. and this shipping wasn't bad either. I did cut up my own papayas for a while, but it was a p.i.t.a. :) That...
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    My 7 year old grey TB just got his first.. about...

    My 7 year old grey TB just got his first.. about 1 ft below his anus. Its about the size of a peanut. I knew they were going to show up at some point, I'm just frustrated it's this early.. but this...
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    I raised up a few chocolates and narragansetts...

    I raised up a few chocolates and narragansetts this year, and they were all ready for the table in Nov/Dec. I gave them 9 months to fill out and they honestly could have gone a little more. If I were...
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    I've actually seen 2 hens in my life that had...

    I've actually seen 2 hens in my life that had spurs. VERY hard to breed this out once they are in a breeding program. Spurs, big comb and wattles all scream ROO to me.. does this bird crow at all?...
  14. I had to throw out not 1 but 2 Rhino's last year...

    I had to throw out not 1 but 2 Rhino's last year because of this. One of the blankets was less than 1 year old, the other was 2 years old. I was floored.. and the one that was 2 years old had a...
  15. I had just that idea last night as I was getting...

    I had just that idea last night as I was getting into bed! It might not look pretty.. but I could easily run another line of hot wire on the outside of the existing fence line (pvc). Right now we...
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    Unless its a breed that can be sexed by color at...

    Unless its a breed that can be sexed by color at that age (such as Salmon Faverolles) 2-3 weeks is too late to feather sex if looking at shaft length. Feather sexing isn't always relaible, and needs...
  17. hahah well my neighbor has a 22-250 that he said...

    hahah well my neighbor has a 22-250 that he said I could borrow at any time..I could just walk around with that (unloaded) next time they show up... I have no problems being called 'crazy' by one...
  18. Thanks for the great ideas!!! I am internet...

    Thanks for the great ideas!!! I am internet shopping as I write...

    Oldenmare.. this is the closest I found to what you're describing.. is there another one I should look for? I know there's also...
  19. People just 'showing up' to pet the horses.. Signage ideas?

    I live at the end of a dead end road, and haven't been there for a long time. I live there by myself with 5 horses, a few cats, and a .22 ;) It's not in the middle of nowhere, but its a large,...
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    As long as it could easily turn into mush after a...

    As long as it could easily turn into mush after a soak I'd definitely be game to try it.. the TC senior bricks drive me nuts! My southern states said they'd order it as soon as it's available to...
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    The new Triple Crown TLC feed

    What are people's thoughts on this? Was a little surprised to see this considering TC Senior and Complete already can satisfy a wide range of needs, but they say this one can be fed from foals to...
  22. My ID says it all ;) I have ~80 chickens right...

    My ID says it all ;)

    I have ~80 chickens right now.. 60 are adults, (my breeding groups of Welsummers, Black Copper Marans, Partridge Rocks, Silver Penciled Rocks, Wheaten Ameraucanas, Barred...
  23. I'd choose veggie oil over corn oil, and Cocosoya...

    I'd choose veggie oil over corn oil, and Cocosoya over veggie. If he has ulcers, corn oil could case further irritation.

    Good quality hay is really what you need to start with. Anything that I...
  24. What type of hay is the 'high quality' hay you...

    What type of hay is the 'high quality' hay you are describing? Most ulcery horses will prefer hay over grain, but even if it's a great mixed grass/orchard/costal/etc, they may not want it.. I brought...
  25. I'm a huge fan of Southern States feed. I had fed...

    I'm a huge fan of Southern States feed. I had fed TC senior for some time to my 28yo QH gelding, who's retired, and SS's Performance pellet to my OTTB who shows regularly in hunters. Neither are easy...
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