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We built our goat sheds out of recycled pallets. We love them!
This one is a 3 sided run-in style. (Behind Mr. Sandman...)...
How bad (looked at funny, ect.) would it be to have an unmatched pair for lower level CDE?
Ponies are around 11.2hh and one is bay the other is bay roan.
Where are you in NC?
I'm toying with the idea of adding a female puppy to our family sometime this year. My Pembroke turned 12 this year and I think it's time to get him a buddy.
Anyone have any recommendations for...
"Haute tension" (High Tension). French slasher.
So I have to live in a "third world or impoverished area" because I have a livestock guardian dog to live with my goats??!!??
I'm sending you a pm.
We LOVE our Horse Guard fence! Installed in 2010, and got the Bi-Polar. We run a Parmak Super 5 50 mile charger on it (d@mn donkey!) and it is hot as fire! Post spacing is 16 feet.
Owen, 11 year old Pembroke Welsh Corgi
Sinatra, 2 year old Bengal
Sent you a PM.
15.2h QH - size 1 St.Croix Eventer
I use Micro-Phase. Economical and soy-free.
My horse was on coastal hay for a major portion of his life. In recent years, he has been on orchard, timothy, fescue, or alfalfa depending on what the boarding barn fed.
He now lives at home and...
We're looking to mat our run-in in the near future. It's 14x24. The calculation for putting regular stall mats in there makes me :eek:
Are there any cheaper ways to go about this?
Corgi allergic to most grains, chicken, beef, and some other stuff (alfalfa, blueberries).
Manifests itself as itchy skin, anal gland issues, boil-like sores on his belly and feet, and endless...
Just like during the many hurricanes that have clobbered the Outer Banks in years past, some will survive, some won't.
I had a tie-back and vocalcordectomy done at NC State in 2008.
100% difference in horses air intake and exercise tolerance, however, he does not "roar" now but you can still hear him breathe at...
You are looking at a tie back if one side is paralyzed. I, however, would not have it done at the farm... it just seems to involved for that.
My bill was ~$3000 done at NC State in 2008. No...
Yes, they are used in horses. Also used in cats and dogs.
Shave hair before applying (duh...)
They are "breed specific" (although most members have different breed dogs too), but they have great knowledge and are very active. I post on there and ask questions about my Corgi and they don't...
I wonder what the legal ramifications are (i.e. negligence) should one of these "not to be tied" horses get loose from a farm or show ground and run onto a road. What if a driver were killed?
I have a few local places that I found online and will give them a call.
I am looking into geotextile material for our sacrifice paddocks. I have a 30x25 and a 50x20 space that I need to do.
Those who have this stuff what kind do you have? Woven or non-woven? Weight?...
Ours runs 5000-6000v. Horseguard tape and their solar charger.
I'm not too keen on it running that "low". We have one fence tester QH in our herd and are thinking about getting a pony companion...
Wow lots of people with sheep!
MaresNest, where did you get your Gulf Coast sheep from? I'm in NC and they sound like they would do well in this area.