Type: Posts; User: Simkie
I just now checked out the pics and I don't think that's proud flesh yet. Maybe Ghazzu can weigh in?
I've always been taught that it's not proud flesh until the granulating tissue bed goes nuts. ...
Wow, who remembers when we used to get a few of these every summer when school kids got bored??? It's been a long time, or I've missed those posts. I guess they're all playing video games these days...
Bless your heart. No one who's gone through medical school and worked in the delivery room would ever say this:
Or even rolled "gone through sex ed" as a bullet point after...
There's this nifty thing call the quote button. See how I've used it here? It's that "reply with quote" you see on every post. Use that. It is impossible to know what you're talking about above...
You never clean the smegma from in between the teats? :confused:
Thick paste :)
I wrap over it, if possible, changing the bandage every other day.
If in a location where wrapping isn't doable, using Swat as the base might be worthwhile...
There were a few of them in 1972, none very big:
What's the model number?
I used the meat tenderizer until the granulation bed was even with the normal surrounding tissue. I had zero issues with it harming healthy tissue.
My neuro mare presented sort of like this.
If you rule out other items, having a vet who is familiar with subtle neurological symptoms evaluate the horse might be worthwhile.
We have epic amounts of iron in our area--pink water, hay always tests high--so I just sorta winged it. I started with a half dose of Uckele's Poly Copper and Poly Zinc. And POOF, no more...
Uckele makes several sugar-free flavorings that might be worth a shot:
This really sounds super redneck, but I've had fabulous results with Adolf's meat tenderizer. I mixed with KY jelly because it's what I had on hand for cleaning sheaths, but I'd think antibiotic...
My "prone to scratches" horse cleared up 100% when I added copper and zinc to her diet. No goos necessary. Cheap and easy :)
It looks super fun for those people with high drive, bored indoor kitties who feed dry food and don't have other animals that will destroy the little thingies.
IOW, maybe like 2% of your total...
Tack $100 on to the value/price of a horse every time it rolls all the way over.
Why? I have no idea :lol:
This is, at the very least, an incredibly weird thing to say.
The only time I've had anything get under mats is when they've been installed incorrectly and shift so there are gaps. If there are no gaps, nothing can get underneath.
Mats over your existing...
WOW. These guys have some lovely things, including what look like nice, light, no-frills turnout halter starting at 24 bucks. And unique dog collars!
Great find, thanks for sharing :)
NOTHING is working this year. It's so hot and humid and rainy and there's just a bumper crop of flies. :( :(
Those ARE adorable puppies! But I can see a Australian Shepard x Husky being a challenge?
Personally, I am all about as many "known" quantities as possible in my dogs. I want to know that the...
As expected with "hobby" versus "professional" equipment.
How close are you to Rochester, MN?
I don't think this work is being done elsewhere, but it sounds like it may be very worthwhile for you?
Apples and oranges. I looked around and couldn't find a single SMALL New Holland. One that could be pulled with a small compact tractor. They seem to make FARMING equipment, not specially horse...
Picked up a very lightly used millcreek earlier in the year. The 37P, I think? Works great, no complaints. Very happy with it! Pull it with a JD2320, which is 25hp.
What are the protein and calcium levels for each?