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This Cinch Chix bag fits my 3-string west coast bales with room to spare: http://www.haychix.com/West-Coast-Bale-Cinch-Net-p/w-h.htm
My toothless senior (RIP) enjoyed a blanket (in northern California rarely-gets-to-freezing temps), a run-in shed, and being free-fed an unsoaked mix of beet pulp shreds, Equine Senior, and hay...
Nope, not a big deal. Just wipe it off after every ride and clean it regularly.
Good luck with the new dog, and may I suggest some homemade sangria next time? :D
The Cinch Chix Free-Up feeder may be the thing you want. http://www.haychix.com/Free-Up-Feeder-p/f.htm
Better yet, give the nice buyer a couple of referrals to commercial haulers.
AUGH. Many, many hugs to you both. :cry:
What keysfins said. I've bought them for my personal horses, and I've bought them as show trophies (and the recipients were vocally pleased). Talk to them; they will help you with the sizing.
What she said.
I have yet to find an Ariat wide enough for me also. The last set of Mountain Horse paddocks I bought did the trick. Dehners: one day....
I have a Wintec with the adjustable gullet that has made my (flat-backed, low-withered, round-barreled) horses much happier than various leather saddles we have tried at 4 times the price. I love...
I love long full tails, but I want them to stop at the ankle. Especially for horses showing in classes where they are required to back up, it's just unfair to make them step on it.
Nevr-Dull is always what we used. There are different kinds of saddle trim, however: sterling silver, "German silver", and flat-out nickel. If it doesn't respond to Nevr-Dull, I'd wonder what it...
Welcome to COTH! Stick around, we're not all bad. ;)
Your vet should be able to do a simple blood test to check for pregnancy that's that advanced.
I have hosed and tended to any number of recent geldings and never had an issue with adhesions in the surgical site. Good luck.
Believe it. That there is sometimes referred to as "the *Raffles bump". Look closely and you'll see the slight dish above it.
I bought a broodmare in MD while I was living in CA. I asked the seller who their regular vet was, then chose someone else in an equine practice that covered that area. I spoke with the vet on the...
Importing is much more of a sure thing than breeding, and will probably be cheaper in the long run.
So the job of the prospective foal is to be a driving horse?
As a rule of thumb, I choose a stallion who is the same general "type" as a given mare, even if they are not of the same breed. So...
Aww. I'm so sorry.
I particularly like the compactness and short coupling on #304.
My toothless stallion did well on a mix of beet pulp shreds (not soaked), alfalfa-molasses meal, and Equine Senior. But he didn't have IR to deal with. Blanketing helped, even in our mild northern...
The more expensive one is still half the price of the one you found. :D
... here's another: http://www.tackroominc.com/kimberwick-bits-c-151_410.html