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    Just wondering if we are comparing apples to...

    Just wondering if we are comparing apples to apples here...Lilikoi got a "120 day supply for horse/30 day for dog for $71". You got a "60 day supply for $57" but don't mention if that is 60 tabs or...
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    EM Leeandra (Loerke/Trapper) checked in foal to...

    EM Leeandra (Loerke/Trapper) checked in foal to Fuerst Romancier this morning! :D So excited...my first frozen semen venture!
  3. NC peeps - any experience with Equine Medical Health Ctr at Southern Pines repro?

    Looking for a good, reliable clinic in the SE for breeding with frozen. Anyone have experience with them or the main campus?
  4. Would love some blanket/sheet input!

    I am a blanket minimalist but on occasion I do need to blanket my horses....like today when it's 36 degrees and pouring rain! Ugh!

    I have a couple broodies and some young stock (weaner and long...
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    Great thread...I have been thinking about this too!

    Great ideas! I have been thinking about ordering the "Grazing Box" DIY kit without the metal grate, then instead use either vinyl lattice or hockey netting on a homemade wood frame. I'm thinking...
  6. This. I do the same thing...

    This. I do the same thing...
  7. Seminole fans...which feed(s) for broodmares and young stock?

    In the wake of Several Southern States locations closing I have decided to switch from Triple Crown to Seminole. I have been feeding my broodies TC Senior (love the high fat, high fiber, low NSC of...
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    I have fed perennial peanut hay....extremely...

    I have fed perennial peanut hay....extremely palatable hay. Horses loved it and gained weight feeding 1% BW perennial peanut hay and 1% BW grass hay (bermuda mostly). They will sort through the mix...
  9. Ah hah! That's a great idea. I am checking into...

    Ah hah! That's a great idea. I am checking into aluminum fabricators and will see what I come up with. Thanks all for your suggestions! If anyone else has ever done anything like this please...
  10. Trailer question...custom grate for top dutch door area?

    Hi all,

    I have a large 2H bumber pull that I use almost exclusively to haul a mare/foal pair to inspections. I use the box stall configuration (divider removed) and always have to keep the top...
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    Freezing colostrum - instructions?

    Can anyone share instructions to evaluate and prepare colostrum for freezing, i.e., how much should you freeze, how to prepare and store the colostrum, etc. Exodus sells a colostrum collection and...
  12. I have used Genesis spray alone with great...

    I have used Genesis spray alone with great results. Also did a 21 day course of Tucoprim for the secondary bacterial infection. This is a great reference:
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  13. For those who feed perennial peanut hay...

    Do you feed with a grass hay or "straight up"? Thanks.
  14. I am having the same exact problem...

    I am having the same exact problem...
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    Where do you get yours klc? I am interested in...

    Where do you get yours klc? I am interested in trying some but I live in NE GA (near Athens) and the closest grower I have found is 200 miles away. Checking into delivery but...
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    Ditto. Back of bag feeding recommendations: For...

    Ditto. Back of bag feeding recommendations: For balancing pasture and/or hay, feed 1 lb. to 1.5 lbs. per 1000 lbs. of body weight. I feed about 1.5# day with hay and no other grain to my weanlings...
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    I have 70' X 200' GA clay base/sub-base

    and it is great! I have ~ 4" of M10 as top footing and it drains super (nice crown too). No puddles, no mixing of base with footing...I can ride the day after a heavy rain. Ideally I should have a...
  18. GAH! Filly chews dam's tail 10 days before her mare inspection

    I just got a nasty case of scratches healed up in the mare and was feeling great that I would be able to present her looking her best....then the monster filly chewed her tail up overnight! It was...
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    My Hanoverian mare Lolli (Londontime/Allround) is...

    My Hanoverian mare Lolli (Londontime/Allround) is in foal to Rubignon:
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  20. Thanks Daventry. Congrats on your inspection...

    Thanks Daventry. Congrats on your inspection results! I assume zinofax is the Canadian equivalent of Desitin "original"? I have been using that as well. Thanks again!
  21. Thanks Mary Lou!

    Thanks Mary Lou!
  22. Polo wraps for mare studbook inspection, or no?

    So, I will be taking a mare for her studbook inspection in a couple weeks. I have been battling a bad case of pastern dermatitis (scratches vs. leukoclastic dermatitis - don't think it's a primary...
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    I have a lovely 2012 Rubignon colt out of an AHS...

    I have a lovely 2012 Rubignon colt out of an AHS Elite Mare (Loerke daughter). He is my third foal, first by Rubignon, and definitely the most easy and people-loving foal so far. A very personable...
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    Beautiful mare! I like her current name. :)

    Beautiful mare! I like her current name. :)
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    Companion mare - NE Georgia

    Lovely 1993 Premium Oldenburg mare needs a home. She is a retired broodie and is a fabulous companion (for both horses and humans!)...and especially for foals. She is sound for riding (although has...
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