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4" or 6" tow straps for getting horses out of bad places. Not really first aid, but definitely emergency gear. Wider straps for bigger horses.
If it is that mucky, most equipment will not be able to do much until it dries out. Plus you will end up with a pond anywhere you dig out.
We have had good luck and great customer service on our GTO GP SW100 operators. They are commercial models, not the residential jack screw type. Any issues have been promptly resolved and...
We have stalls, but rarely use them.
Buy big squares of hay if you have the equipment to move them.
Woodstar doors and grills, rest DIY.
Board around here is $600+ per month, our budget for keeping all 14 of ours at home is $1200 per month (hay, shavings, feed). They are out 24/7 99% of the time.
Just don't look at the 500K barn...
Nicely done, lots of good things to see there. We have attended a couple of TLAR seminars and there is a lot of knowledge available for horse owners on how to not get you or the horse injured or...
Connected riding clinic with Anke Johnson.
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3 Days horsemanship, 2 days stockmanship. Rider spots full, auditor space still available. Discounts for multiple days of auditing. Go to www.karmikacres.com for details and registration.
4 full days of horsemanship with Joe Wolter in a small group environment.
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3 full days of horsemanship, don't miss this opportunity to work with Trevor in a small group environment.
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Especially when money can be extorted out of those "rich" horse owners...
The rub is whether they go by actual weight or rated weight. As the GVWR is ever increasing on new trucks, it becomes pretty easy to blow by the 26K number if using rated weights. If using actual,...
Our barns have always been insured for replacement value. Market value on ad buildings these days is about 10% of replacement cost.
CGL is very expensive, we know of facilities that are getting by on their homeowners policy...
Heat gun is better than hair dryer, but still might not be enough.
Excellent idea, probably safer than a torch for most.
A torch will put out a lot more heat than a hair dryer, just don't get the gaskets at the handle too hot. Heat tape and wrapping it with some sort of insulation is the best bet. We heat taped all...
Our recent buildings have been $15 per square foot, basic building, no excavation , utilities, or mechanical items. I would think you would be into this for 50K at a minimum and 75K if you do...
We added 11 4'x4' windows to our indoor for about 3K, absolutely stunning difference. We did 4 on the west end and 7 on the south long wall.
Whatever they are made of is irrelevant, the pictures of them post crash vs conventional trailers were devastating. Unless you think he made the pictures of accident scenes up too.
We recently attended a TLAR seminar. FWIW, the presenter flat out stated your horse will not do well after an accident in a "Euro" trailer as most get ejected through the fiberglass shell.
Ours have been out, no blankets, big run ins, lots of extra hay.
The original one horse trailer.
Sounds like they have 5, 8' fixtures in three rows parallel to the long wall. 8' fixtures with 2 bulbs.
These are going to be the way to go as soon as the price comes down a bit more.