Type: Posts; User: Alagirl
quit trying so hard.
Just go about your business, hand out treats, feed tuna, or whatever, don't expect anything in return.
It's been about 4 years now, when cat #3 moved in (yes, she moved in,...
Scientific medicine is also very toxic in many cases. It's in the dose.
But it is the stance of the US medicine: If the FDA has not given it it's approval....
Many herbal medicines are highly...
I think it read 'antique replicas' as modern vehicles are much lighter than the old ones.
It might be like a lot of people with cars that are paid up: You carry liability and pray that you don't have to pay for your own car being damaged.
It might not have occured to them that they...
In fire zones those things feed the fires as well.
It depends on what you do with your strip of forest and where you are.
Modern forests are like fields: you plant, cultivate, then harvest....
Have not seen the need for it, I think I have seen some made from fabric in a catalog once.
But basically, it's straight up, knit a rectangle, then fold it over and sew the sides together. Make a...
we bedded with straw, but still, feeding time was around 6, about 2/3 of the hay was given then, hopefully by morning feeding around 7 it was gone (otherwise the ration was cut some, not to waste the...
you might need a couple of exmore ponies to keep the grass down! :winkgrin:
All the better barns I have ever been to had somewhat of a rigid schedule. Feed in the morning, 6 or 7 AM, feed in the evening, around 6PM...considering my gelding's particular...
Thanks, I knew a guy who would strip the stalls like every 3 month or so...but not pick manure out. Let's just say, it's a good thing he had a bobcat! :lol:
how often do you strip the stall completely?
We did deep litter, stripped it down to the floor once a week.
The barn was a one-stop-shop: my uncle grew the straw (and oats) along with the hay,...
Hmm....sounds like a nice chunk of land to own, but not a lot in term of forest.
Have somebody take a look at it for you. I think the average age of harvested pines is close to 80 years (not sure...
Or it was a false alarm.
you might have better luck in Off Course. Not everybody checks the Farm forum.
the one on the right looks over 'Hey, what are you doing here?!'
The others said it much better than I could.
Hugs and jingles.
is he for hire?
Jingles for you.
That is scary. I hope they find o how the horse got infected!
(It has the makings of a Dick Francis Mystery...)
A friend had a close encounter with an industrial drill. (not the story) He shared pictures of the injury on FB (still not the story)
A friend of his then share a picture of his own (THIS is it!)...
It's a tough call. Bouviers are not really plentiful, so one of them ending up in need of rescue is unlikely.
But getting a dog of unknown heritage can be such a mystery bag. Most make great pets,...
you probably get more ideas on Off Course.
Personally: If somebody can spend the $$ to winter in Florida, they can pay a groom to do the cleaning and blanketing. I would not want the head ache of...
Glow in the dark white?
be it the yuppies buying out Colorado, the flatlanders going to Vermont....
I usually ask what people did to come to Alabama....I mean, WHY?! :lol:
it's the city slickers with...
It's a matter of 'not without a substantial increase in price'.
After all, it HAS been 8 month.
But I would probably tell her that I was not in the horse flipping business.