Type: Posts; User: shezabrazenmare
Depends on the horse.
Messy horses trash the whole stall so it takes longer to clean.
Horses who use a corner of the stall, bless them, are quick to clean up behind.
I guess about 5 minutes...
Mine aren't afraid of feral hogs or deer or coyotes.
I do try to make them wary of strange humans since we've had some break ins at barns around here. White male human break ins.
99% of healthy cats and kittens use the litter box.
Sick cats in pain will urinate on other things.
Angry cats will urinate on other things.
Cats suffering from UTIs will urinate everywhere.
Check for that.
Also cats who are angry will also urinate everywhere.
Timothy, with it's thick stems, usually is not dusty nor is it moldy. Usually. Just do not let it get wet either before baling or in storage.
That "dust" may be mold.
Don't buy hay that is "dusty."
awful that so many horses died.
Good to help prevent colic. Both costal bermuda and alicia are so fine, they tend to increase colic.
Trouble with timothy is that it is harder to grow, so it's not grown much in the South. Sprigs...
Laminitis, like colic, is one of the 2 major killers of horses.
Sorry that you and your horse had to go through it.
EPM test requires a spinal tap. At least it used to, so I guess it still does require one.
So how can we donate somewhere to feed the horses without enriching someone who will take the money and not take care of the horses?
I always wanted a dog, a cat, and a horse. Got all of them as a small child, none at Christmas, so I never asked for anything else until I was old enough to want a car. Didn't get the car at...
If she weren't grey, I'd go look at her. 52 starts, wow.
Not my color for tack. And grey horses, well mine tends to spend a lot of time with manure stains all over him. But whatever people like they should buy.
And the gelding from her other thread.
People have been honest with you on this thread. They have given you good advice. Do not take your frustrations out on either those 2 horses or the CoTHers who disagree with you.
Other posters are right. This is eerily similar to the gelding thread by OP.
Just like the mare thread.
Good sleuthing on other threads. So the OP has 2 horses with similar back problems? Does sound like a saddle problem.
I have several Crosbys and I like them. They fit my horses well and they are comfortable to me.
Depends on his breeding and whether or not he's imported.
You do know that an european wb will grown several inches until he's about 7 years old? So at 4 yrs, he might have a lot of inches to...
I wanted Sham to win, way back then.
They (warmblood breeding farms) are located in Germany and in the Netherlands, if you want a great warmblood jumper. Be prepared to pay big bucks for a great jumper.
Latest news is that RAyers was a model in NYC when Trump was having those parties in the Plaza Hotel back in the 90s.
Tabloids are offering him millions for an interview about the parties but RAyers...