Type: Posts; User: Ghazzu
Organic hay is expensive, because the yields are lower than conventionally grown hay.
And if it is "certified organic", there are expensive hoops to jump through to get that label.
However, if one is feeding grains, oats have relatively speaking, low starch and high fiber.
I was about to suggest looking into electro-stim.
I'm embarrassed that she's a member of the same profession as I.
I can't *imagine* hiring her.
A friend of mine ended up with a hefty bill from the large animal hospital after the neighbors entered her barn and fed the pony a whole apple, resulting in a near fatal choke with complications.
None of the drugs under discussion thus far are permissible in competition horses.
I inderstand the chihuahuas--they're not actually dogs; they're a species of wingless vampire bat. But Poms?
I wasn't aware one needed to be a boarded cardiologist to express skepticism on this bb.
what did the esteemed cardiologist have to say about the homeopathic nature of the gel?
Not in my opinion or experience.
Here's a decent review of the subject.
This makes no sense to me at all.
It isn't a question of "fooling" the body into believing it's cooler outside; it's a question of regulating internal temperature.
The horse is pretty much the...
Immune-mediated thrombocytopenia, then.
That's a zebra, horse-wise.
Is it a large enough area for it to be worth taking a first cutting off of? That might be the way to go.
I'll likely get slammed for this, but my take on it is that many people in the horse business are there because they're excellent riders, but they have no background in farm management per se.
One of the things I find curious about horse people as opposed to farmers of other types of livestock is the tendency to absolutely omit any planning of rate of air exchange when designing and...
I just heard today that a revision of the MA licensing regs is underway.
FineAlready beat me to it.
Just wanted to say I giggle every time I read the title of this thread, as "Nerium" is the genus for oleander, and my immediate reaction is "oh! Toxic plant!"
IMHO, if you're trying to decide between Cosequin and Figueroa, I'd go w/ Cosequin. They do fund some research on their products, at least.
Holy moly. Did she develop immune-mediated hemolytic anemia?
That would be an absolute deal breaker for me.
Not worth sacrificing my horses' long-term respiratory health for any amenity or convenience.
Unless it comprises a significant portion of the forage, it's unlikely to cause a problem.
Keep an eye on it to see if it looks grazed.
I consider them entertainment on a level with pet psychics.
I might be inclined to loosen the bulbs in the solar lights...