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    The OP did ask "What size type of nail or screw?"...

    The OP did ask "What size type of nail or screw?"

    So even though people have taken the time to comment the question was not answered by just saying "screws".

    I gave reasons why not to use Deck...
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    While I don't disagree in general. But boards...

    While I don't disagree in general. But boards attached to the inside of the stall post are being "held" in place by the post. The post will have to be moved by a horse "leaning" on and or scratching...
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    100% agree. I linked to the wrong screw. But...

    100% agree. I linked to the wrong screw. But some types of screws I like to use still only come with Philip's head. But rarely have problems sinking them home with an Impact driver, even long ones...
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    As I said above do not use Deck Screws they are...

    As I said above do not use Deck Screws they are not designed for this purpose. I assume you know what I meant by lacking in "shear strength". They are designed "engineered" to hold a board on a flat...
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    As Casper said, Timothy or Orchard first cutting...

    As Casper said, Timothy or Orchard first cutting because it usually has longer leaf and fiber from the seed stalks. A bit courser and doesn't "crumble". They have to chew it well.

    Not so sure...
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    Another good day. Went down to my mailbox and...

    Another good day. Went down to my mailbox and found my weekly edition of the Chronicle of the Horse, The Blood-Horse, Horse of the Del Valley and NO bills. Not even one horse related bill.

    It's...
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    Wow, unforking believable that someone would do...

    Wow, unforking believable that someone would do this and not think about how this could get people killed let alone the horses.

    When ever I stop I always do a walk around as a matter of habit...
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    While I don't entirely disagree. I do find it...

    While I don't entirely disagree. I do find it interesting the different tangents threads can take.

    In the end they are basically cyber conversations between people from all over the place most...
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    I totally agree and have lots of TBs that get...

    I totally agree and have lots of TBs that get this or a bit more through the winter and all look great. Good luck getting most people around here to believe it.

    Horse on pasture don't get any hay...
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    Foddder is a generic term when not connected with...

    Foddder is a generic term when not connected with what it is made of.

    By and large the only time I hear it used for feed, it is corn fodder which is used in the dairy industry.

    It is made from...
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    There are numerous books, schools of thoughts on...

    There are numerous books, schools of thoughts on the subject. A number of which I have tried. None of which made any difference with the end result than that what I was taught as a kid.
    ...
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    "Maybe 50% of those horses slung long term pulled...

    "Maybe 50% of those horses slung long term pulled through"

    Pretty impressive number all things being equal.

    Don't think I could have/develop the "emotional distance/disconnect" needed to do...
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    "I'm pretty aware of how "acceptable" traffic in...

    "I'm pretty aware of how "acceptable" traffic in a major metro area would be totally horrifying to somebody from a smaller town"

    lol, yup. When out of town friends would visit they couldn't...
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    More than anything it all depends on the patient....

    More than anything it all depends on the patient. The great stallion Nureyev broke his hind leg and had to be "slinged" for months. Johnny Jones the owner of Walmac Stud at the time came up with a...
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    "Hudson bridge is still only $2.50 with EZpass....

    "Hudson bridge is still only $2.50 with EZpass. Way better than the $15 to cross the GWB"

    Not trying to be snarky but considering NYC is one of the most expensive places to live in the world. ...
  16. Thread: Banamine PSA

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    I followed up on this and as explained it was a...

    I followed up on this and as explained it was a little more complicated that than
    "simply a supply issue with one ingredient".

    No disrespect to Rood and Riddle intended have been using them for...
  17. Thread: Banamine PSA

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    I was told with authority by the people who...

    I was told with authority by the people who supply the vets and clinics around here the paste is and or will be difficult to get also.
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    Then I would use these. An Impact Driver will...

    Then I would use these. An Impact Driver will make it a lot easier and short work of it. These have very good shear strength and a nice finished look.
    ...
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    Are they being placed on the inside of the stall...

    Are they being placed on the inside of the stall or the outside?
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    I wouldn't be so quick to call the breeder...

    I wouldn't be so quick to call the breeder "irresponsible". Some breeders fall on hard financial times. It can and does happen to anyone. Especially true when the financial crash hit starting in...
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    TBs at the Olympics

    Cross post from Eventing. The backstory on Boyd Martin's TB that he is taking to the Olympics.

    http://www.thoroughbreddailynews.com/an-olympic-milestone-for-ottb-mystery/

    His pedigree when...
  22. A little background story on Blackfoot Mystery

    This a link to a fun read on Boyd Martin's ride for the Olympics. It is from the Thoroughbred Daily News.

    http://www.thoroughbreddailynews.com/an-olympic-milestone-for-ottb-mystery/


    This is...
  23. Working off little information. A picture of the...

    Working off little information. A picture of the frame of these "shelters" would go a long way.

    The usual way to go about it is to attach 2X4 nailers to the frame using self tapping metal screws....
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    Using the "float" position with a FEL is a bit of...

    Using the "float" position with a FEL is a bit of a misnomer. The bucket doesn't actually "float". All the float position does is release the hydraulic pressure. The bucket settles on the ground with...
  25. Thread: Banamine PSA

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    Thank's for the clarification

    Thank's for the clarification
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