Type: Posts; User: 2DogsFarm
Well, I may try anyway on a small area and see how badly it displaces the gravel.
Maybe next year, once it has packed down more?
The places where horses do the most walking were getting pretty...
Don't even bother defrosting.
I toss them frozen onto a cookie sheet, spray with oil, sprinkle with salt & sometimes a splash of balsamic & roast @ 375 until browned.
UPDATE @ 2 Dogs Farm:
Brushing the WB this morning, a few hairs floated in the sunlight...
There is Hope!
For the pony, not so much :no:
Last Summer (remember when we had grass & it was warm outside???) I put down gravel over geotextile in my sacrifice paddock.
The idea was to eliminate mud from my life & my horses'.
So far so good,...
My total farmette is 5ac, so the area my neighbors cut is a lot less - maybe 2ac total. It's the perimeter around my pastures plus a small field shared by me & my neighbor ...
If I could do it over I'd go with aluminum over powdercoat.
I have a haydunker and his water bucket is placed by the feed opening in the grill (my decision for ease in refilling).
After just 5...
:no: Not a single hair lost at my place yet.
Even though daylight lasts until almost 6:30P & the Polar Vortex has decamped (2dogs says fervent prayer).
I brush every morning, hoping for a sign & to...
Yup, forget Location, with a farmette it is Zoning, Zoning & Zoning!
Even though my 5ac farmette was zoned Res/Ag, I still had to get 2 separate variances approved by the Planning Commission for...
Midwest here & I feed (WB & Hackney pony) both the same hay year-round.
Local orchard/timothy mix - I buy a year's supply of 1st cutting & store on pallets in my barn.
I feed a LOT less in Summer...
Thanks for the update - glad horse is doing better.
Naxcel is an injectable antibiotic.
What she said :yes:
Es-crew the ringside quarterbacks.
I took a clinic once with a BNT who had us switch horses.
When I got my TB back, the girl who rode him said to me "I now respect your...
OP: I read what Countrywood did too - if this is someone you only know online you do NOT know the real person at all!
Please do not consider anything this cyberidiot may have said to you as having...
I located & ran the HP Video check & it found nothing.
So I am thinking dust/cathair/overheating may be the issue.
Off to buy some spray air......
If I can FIND the test I'll run it, but this machine has the crappy W8 OS.
Thanks to all!
This is a brand-new (less than 6mos) HP all-in-one desktop.
I can easily bring the monitor/CPU to Geek Squad and ask them to check the video card. Might even be under warranty.
Meup: I don't; want to turn this into a snarkfest.
I had what I thought was a reasonable question about the difference in schooling 2'6" & 3'.
Lady Eboshi's post answered it.
Meup: I do not HAVE a program, having not shown since 1992 in a rated show.
And yes, for the most part we'd school smaller jumps at home with only the occasional fence set at height we were to...
I admit to being a techno-dweeb.
I know what I know & it's not a lot :sadsmile:
I have been getting an intermittent problem with my PC since the battery in my UPS died.
I know - replace the...
See what you & other (responsible) sibs can do to get Power of Attorney for Dad.
My DH's grandfather left his house to a kid who occasionally got him groceries. In writing.
MIL & her sister had a...
Note to Self: read for comprehension.
OK - even for coming 3X and mucking once I'd still be paying $30.
Unless your horses area PITA to turn out & bring in or your feeding program is rocket...
You & horses will be fine.
You may get a new gray hair (or ten) but it will work.
I'm coming up on Year Ten of doing this by myself with only prior experience as a working student.
Let me tell you...
Please help me understand the obsession with 6".
If you are competently schooling 2'6" at home, then you s/b able to do a 3' class at a show.
School the height in the warmup and scratch if it...
Leftovers from my last week of Cabin Fever Cooking.
I made this yesterday with what I had on hand,...
My most expensive farmsitter charged $15/visit - I had her coming twice a day to feed & water my 2, but did not ask her to muck stalls if it was just a weekend.
Horses were out 24/7, coming in by...
As a Hoosier-by-adoption (I actually chose to move here) I must cast my vote for the Heather Hill thread: