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    Boy, I sure would want to put up game cameras on...

    Boy, I sure would want to put up game cameras on them, then take the sucker to court to pay for the re-staking fees plus tresspassing.

    Game cameras may well help you out with alot of these...
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    We get some doozy storms in CT in the summer, and...

    We get some doozy storms in CT in the summer, and I had a house in the middle of a hay field which had been built in the fourties. It had a lightning rod on every corner of the roof, and the four...
  3. LOL. I've heard of some whacky animal rights...

    LOL. I've heard of some whacky animal rights things, but this takes the cake. I can't imagine keeping an animal like that alive when it torments and tortures her other animals. She should at least...
  4. My first thought would be Lyme disease. Easy to...

    My first thought would be Lyme disease. Easy to test for, easy to treat. Make sure if he has it you treat for the entire period, forget what that is, 6 weeks? More? 30 days? Whatever the correct...
  5. I haven't done it, but I would be very unhappy...

    I haven't done it, but I would be very unhappy riding a horse eventing without studs. Personally, I just am not interested in the strain or accident risk added to the risk already there by having...
  6. Yes, its normal that he might at first have only...

    Yes, its normal that he might at first have only a few moments of carrying himself, until he gets stronger. Maybe only a few steps, then he has to 'revert' because he can't do it longer, but if he's...
  7. Longeing - yes, side reins, because without them...

    Longeing - yes, side reins, because without them he will evade carrying himself correctly, and with them he will have to carry himself correctly. When correct, he will be balanced on that circle, and...
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    Poll: Dinner is 8pm or later. Supper is earlier, like...

    Dinner is 8pm or later. Supper is earlier, like 5, 6, or 7. Sunday dinner is always at noon, after church.

    To me, after noon is 12:01 to 5pm, then evening is 5pm to about 8pm. Much of the evening...
  9. Longeing. Its like Yoga. You have to get them to...

    Longeing. Its like Yoga. You have to get them to get strong enough to hold themselves and stay balanced.
  10. As above. If something happens with the horse...

    As above. If something happens with the horse boarding or care situation, you don't want to lose your home. Make your home separate from the board. If your rent is reduced because of your work at the...
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    I know, I have never heard of that acronym.

    I know, I have never heard of that acronym.
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    As far as I remember, Ghee means "right" and Haw...

    As far as I remember, Ghee means "right" and Haw means "left". No? Not the right answer?
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    I would think unsaleable would mean its somehow...

    I would think unsaleable would mean its somehow impossible to be put in the markdown, or sale aisle. Things can go "on sale" but that's a mark down situation, not a selling situation. I think...
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    Wait - can I transfer this suggestion over to the...

    Wait - can I transfer this suggestion over to the "neighbors from hell" thread?...
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    If its staph, you need an antibiotic - nothing...

    If its staph, you need an antibiotic - nothing else will work. Creme or oral, the vet will know.
  16. This is why I keep my horse shod. I can't afford...

    This is why I keep my horse shod. I can't afford to rehab a strain. He's healthier shod, since he's being kept in an aritificial environment and being ridden.
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    I still don't know what you are talking about...

    I still don't know what you are talking about with the cannon bones because you haven't shown any photos of cannon bones.

    The puffiness you show is not huge, its puffy, and the flakiness you...
  18. A mental health evaluator isn't in the business...

    A mental health evaluator isn't in the business of taking sides. She's in the business of evaluating the individual. That means, whatever the individual is saying, she is addressing. For example, if...
  19. Your friend likes vet bills and disease. I do...

    Your friend likes vet bills and disease.

    I do love that steel dappled grey and of course it never lasts so wouldn't buy it. My first mare was a dark liver chestnut TB and really haven't ever seen...
  20. I guess my post above was a bit of wishful...

    I guess my post above was a bit of wishful thinking. However, it would be great if they could do that.

    If she really does flood all the time, and it wasn't just a one time thing, I think I would...
  21. This was my idea and I haven't read the rest of...

    This was my idea and I haven't read the rest of the thread, but lie.

    I mean, just go ahead and call 911 and say the neighbor was telling you she was going to kill herself. Say she was on the...
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    My bay horse had that on his nose and chest last...

    My bay horse had that on his nose and chest last year. We concluded that it was sunburn, didn't treat it and it went away in about a week and a half. For what that's worth.
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    I don't know what you can do now to help...

    I don't know what you can do now to help established poor pasture improve; my understanding is it would be a constant attention to upgrade with areating, seeding, fertilizing, somethings done in the...
  24. I agree, horses do not have 'resentment' or that...

    I agree, horses do not have 'resentment' or that kind of reasoning capacity.

    the horse is indicating something is wrong. I would always check for ulcers, first. Yes, chaning companions can be...
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    It could very well be your lower back, where the...

    It could very well be your lower back, where the nerves in the legs meet your spine (lumbar). If you are riding with a sway back, or stuck out bum, if your saddle is bad, if your hips are not 'tucked...
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