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  1. I've had many older Cushing's horse. And is true,...

    I've had many older Cushing's horse. And is true, not all Cushinoid horses are also insulin resistant and do just fine on hay, no soaking required. But I typically keep any grain meals low carb...
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    I have not read all the replies, just the post. ...

    I have not read all the replies, just the post.

    Forgiveness, I tend to believe, it the very hardest thing to do, personally.

    Whether it be from the horrible acts of others, or even major hurts...
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    Nelson's have that option on some models, I think.

    Nelson's have that option on some models, I think.
  4. Thread: Dr. Ben Carson?

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    I think he'd be a great cabinet member. HHS Secy.

    I think he'd be a great cabinet member. HHS Secy.
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    :cry:

    :cry:
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    I have/had Nelson auto waterers, but eventually...

    I have/had Nelson auto waterers, but eventually the internal parts became corroded, so only a few are still operational. But they lasted for over 20 years. Same with all of my outdoor Nelsons. I...
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    Get Rubbermaid, foldable dolly. It's super light...

    Get Rubbermaid, foldable dolly. It's super light weight and fold down to fit anywhere. So compact, holds up to 250 lbs (great for hauling feed bags too and has the surface area to hold 4 water...
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    I do too.

    I do too.
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    After reading this (about her way of going), then...

    After reading this (about her way of going), then yes, I might consider a Trak that works from behind and has a lot of natural "push"...back to front natural movement.

    A TB will want to be more...
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    Question: Typically, I do not remove the nests...

    Question: Typically, I do not remove the nests after they've gone and they just do "repairs" when they return in the spring. Though I did about 8 years ago and they just started over (I have a...
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    Yes, this. When I was breeding Shire/TB's the...

    Yes, this. When I was breeding Shire/TB's the crosses the F1's were lovely, but I did a TON of work matching the stallions to the mares. They all moved back to front, lightly -- not drafty at all...
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    Having bred Shire/TB's for a long time, I would...

    Having bred Shire/TB's for a long time, I would definitely go with a refining TB, but with substantial bone.

    Too bad A Fine Romance is not still in service. He'd be my first choice for sure.
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  13. Grueling and such a difficult decision to make. ...

    Grueling and such a difficult decision to make.

    I think Ghazzu, who is a vet, said it best in that post.

    Think about this too...if you dropped dead tomorrow, what might happen to her. Wind...
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    Very well said.

    Very well said.
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    When I found a big nest under my deck stairs, I...

    When I found a big nest under my deck stairs, I called a professional. These are nothing to mess with for sure.
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    It's a sad state of affairs if it comes down to...

    It's a sad state of affairs if it comes down to this.

    Cameras and full length videos of warm ups? Where the hell are the TDs...too afraid to speak up? Sorry state of affairs for sure.
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    Pretty much the same thing as 'soring" in the TWH...

    Pretty much the same thing as 'soring" in the TWH world I suppose.

    Horses adapt and "give" to pain and dominant aides from from humans who elect that to go that way for "training" -- even it is...
  18. Thanks. Not worried about my dogs. Not the...

    Thanks. Not worried about my dogs. Not the breeds with that genetic issue.

    I'll try this for the foxes here. Just breaks my heart.

    The mother fox brings them under one of my empty barns every...
  19. We have a terrible problem with foxes with mange...

    We have a terrible problem with foxes with mange in my area. So sad.

    I looked on the site referenced about about treating with ivermectin, but what if another critter like a raccoon or opossum...
  20. "Because most professional athletes and even...

    "Because most professional athletes and even Olympic riders, have a coach".:)
  21. A small chain harrow flipped upside down (tines...

    A small chain harrow flipped upside down (tines up) should work....pulled by a UTV.
  22. I've had this happen with several foxes over the...

    I've had this happen with several foxes over the years -- they come into the barn or one of my sheds to die (mange). Unfortunately, it can be passed to dogs and one of mine wound up getting it on...
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    Bumping this. Have they been monitoring her...

    Bumping this. Have they been monitoring her heart rate as well? There is a reason I ask. An 8 year old homebred mare of mine came in one day with symptoms like this -- otherwise normal. Used Dex...
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    Did you take her heart rate during this heavy...

    Did you take her heart rate during this heavy breathing event?
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    Yes, when it's "belly tap time", it is pretty...

    Yes, when it's "belly tap time", it is pretty grim prognosis. Though I must say that years ago one of my beloved and 6 mos. PG mare had a "questionable" belly tap (at the hospital when we got her up...
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