Type: Posts; User: Simkie
mL is liquid. To convert, you need to know strength of whatever liquid you're looking at. There's no straight conversion you can use here, unless there is only one liquid strength? What is the...
I personally would not be comfortable getting it wet hours before feeding. It's stable in the pill form--my guess would be that it's not terribly stable once it's wet.
So use whatever method will...
Oh, no. :( :(
I am so very sorry, TotT. Big hugs.
One of my barn cats just died suddenly and I had her necropsied. It was her heart. She was fine-fine-fine-dead. I was in the barn when...
Another vote for nope. Never. You want to feed something special, it's on you, and whatever "savings" the barn has by not feeding the house grain is payment for the hassle of feeding something...
Most horses will eat SMZ pills whole in their grain. Before you go to the effort of figuring out how best to hide them, confirm that your horse is one of the few that cares about them enough to spit...
A quick google turns this up, MAT:
Man, it was so long ago. We probably did IRAP 2-3 months after surgery. We gave her some time, and then we did IA HA, and then we did IRAP.
I used it again with Dove two years ago. She came off...
The last place I boarded started buying alfalfa hay specifically for my horses when I said they do well on it.
When I brought home Piggy, they let me keep him in the barn at no extra cost over...
Check CostCo, Walgreens, Target's $4 list and the same from Wal-Mart.
It's all online, I think.
You're looking north of town, then? Where are you going to be living? Very little horse stuff in Denver proper.
You might want to chat with Lindy Weatherford if you're headed north. She's been...
Yup, should be fine. Sounds normal. I don't remember the sticker, TDR, but certainly could have missed it.
IIRC, they damned near went extinct at the last ice age?
Pick up the book Clicker Training for Your Horse by Alexandra Kurland. Really excellent guide :yes: :)
Backwards, angled with his head to the right. I couldn't haul that horse tied at all--he would kick nonstop. Perfectly happy to just stand hauled loose.
Oh, my. He's by FORESTRY. One of the most lovely horses I've ever seen is LaurieB's Forestry filly Timeless Forest. (I think it was LaurieB??) Man, I just loved her. Just looked--she's 12 now. ...
Which valley floor?
Colorado is high. All of Colorado. The lowest point in the state is still 3300 ft above sea level.
This thread makes me want to run out and buy a donkey to torture my horses with :lol: They are SO adorable.
My hard keeping horses eat somewhere around 40-50 lbs of alfalfa a day. Each. ;) I'd hardly consider a flake a day a lot? Or are you talking about the big square bales?
OP, I love oil...
I LOVE the Blue Buffalo walnut litter. It has no smell. It is awesome!! It clumps well. Not rock hard, but well enough to scoop with very few crumbs.
BUT--if your requirements are a hard...
Verdict is: hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Left ventricle was pretty much toast. Poor Aloe :( At least it was fast, and there was nothing we could have done.
Lived in Fort Collins for ~15 years.
Winter weather along the front range in Colorado: It snows, the sun comes out, it melts. Repeat until spring ;) Figure in a week or so of below...
First cousin, once removed, I think.
Wiki saves the day!
Not a gunshot. No blood on her. I heard her fall into the food bowl, I think, either from the top of the box they have in there as a hidey hole or perhaps just from standing? I don't know.
Sony NEX. Amazing little camera! While I love it, I am not a pro photag, but I have a good friend who is, and he prefers it to his DSLRs. Absolutely worth a look.