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    It would probably also be a good idea, and easier...

    It would probably also be a good idea, and easier to check their crops regularly. It's easiest to check crops after the chickens have gone to bed.
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    PSA for chicken people

    Not sure if this is the right forum but I wanted to let everyone know it might be a good idea to weigh your chickens regularly, just to be sure they aren't getting sick and not eating. I decided to...
  3. nope not for me while riding a horse, walking...

    nope not for me while riding a horse, walking sure.
  4. To be fair little dogs can and do attack, claw...

    To be fair little dogs can and do attack, claw you up, and generally be very annoying. I'm not saying yours are but in general that could be people's experiences. Personally I would not even go up...
  5. I wonder if in both cases the horse had a heart...

    I wonder if in both cases the horse had a heart attack.

    Shouldn't this be in racing or off course?
  6. That's the idea :) With car trips, I've heard...

    That's the idea :)

    With car trips, I've heard that cats get car sick. Even if they don't throw up they may still feel sick.
  7. see my post earlier in the thread, wanted to add...

    see my post earlier in the thread, wanted to add after the cat is used to the carrier and is easily put into it, one doesn't have to practice a whole lot even after weeks or months of no practice,...
  8. Another idea is to leave the carrier out at all...

    Another idea is to leave the carrier out at all times, then the cat gets used to it. And once the cat is used to it, practice putting him/her into the carrier once a day, or every few days etc. Soon...
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    I don't like halters that are too big as well,...

    I don't like halters that are too big as well, not so much where it's by the ears, but particularly on the nose. Harder to control the horse well, you have to grab the noseband and close it together...
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    found the link :)...

    found the link :) https://www.chronofhorse.com/article/behind-stall-door-bionetty
  11. But No means no, so I don't really understand...

    But No means no, so I don't really understand what you mean? I'm probably not the only one who was taught that no means no.
  12. I asked my mom about it, and she told me that the...

    I asked my mom about it, and she told me that the reason for waiting until 6 months for males is because of potential kidney stones, or urinary blockages. Nothing about females.
  13. My parents do it around 6 months. Personally I...

    My parents do it around 6 months. Personally I would do the same, because sterilizing at 4 to 8 weeks is like sterilizing babies, or young children even. They don't get a chance to grow and develop...
  14. I know you've said he's very fit, but is it...

    I know you've said he's very fit, but is it possible he's just tired at the end of a lesson? Whether tired of jumping, or tired of moving around?
  15. Some colleges say Equine management or Equestrian...

    Some colleges say Equine management or Equestrian management, some say Equine Studies and some say Equine science along with other majors or minors that may be offered.

    For example, Wilson has an...
  16. Will do, very cool that you are an alumna, I...

    Will do, very cool that you are an alumna, I edited my post to add some more text not sure if you saw. May I ask what you studied and what your major was?
  17. very interesting reading about...

    very interesting reading about blacksmithing/farrier. Thank you for the idea Texarkana, something to keep in mind for the future.

    How did you hear about Sweet Briar College? It looks like a very...
  18. very cool thank you

    very cool thank you
  19. I've decided on going to a community college for...

    I've decided on going to a community college for a year or two for my biology, chemistry, math and English courses before moving on to either UMD and their animal care and management program or...
  20. I noticed that under internships for centenary...

    I noticed that under internships for centenary college Tatra farm is mentioned, I also noticed that COTH ran an article on Centenary college and wondered if that meant anything. I'll check out...
  21. Thanks for your posts red mares and Drama pony,...

    Thanks for your posts red mares and Drama pony, does anyone know anything about Wilson College and their equine/equestrian management program?
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  22. would you recommend an animal care and management...

    would you recommend an animal care and management degree if I wanted to branch out into other areas? Such as dairy cattle or livestock?

    I could go to my local community college for a certificate...
  23. Very interesting, I'm noticing the college also...

    Very interesting, I'm noticing the college also offers paid internships for students in the college, which would also give me some experience. I have had terrible luck finding any jobs paid or...
  24. May I ask why you don't recommend an equine...

    May I ask why you don't recommend an equine studies degree? Would you recommend any kind of degree? I'm also interested in farm work, maybe with dairy cows and I was looking at their programs.
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  25. university of md (horse related) update post 14

    Can someone speak to me of University of MD and their college of animal sciences. I'm interested in either animal care and management, or equine studies.

    I'm looking at the tuition and not sure...
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