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    Does anyone know the NSC of any of the Tribute...

    Does anyone know the NSC of any of the Tribute feeds?
    I have one horse I'd be interested to switch from TC Senior to Tribute, what would you consider a good Tribute feed?
    Thanks, :).
  2. Laser Trident and Hastilow Concept saddles have...

    Laser Trident and Hastilow Concept saddles have somewhat similar billets. The rear billet would start with a V however.

    If you google some pictures of the Laser Trident, you'll see it's pretty...
  3. I haven't had great experiences with bonescans. I...

    I haven't had great experiences with bonescans. I had 2 done on 2 different horses and the results didn't give a clear cut picture of what was going on.

    Horse A was lame on RF and whilst they...
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    I don't understand that reasoning all that well,...

    I don't understand that reasoning all that well, to me animals are animals, one's meat animal could easily be another one's pet.

    2 examples. I once boarded at a farm that raised cows & calves for...
  5. Thx CrowneDragon for clarifying the tyrosinase...

    Thx CrowneDragon for clarifying the tyrosinase action of the vaccine trial. Good to know it's not related to tyrosine :).

    Quite possible actually, didn't think of it that way.


    Good point.
    ...
  6. Thx KIloBright, yes indeed a grey :). Sure,...

    Thx KIloBright, yes indeed a grey :).


    Sure, I wouldn't want him to lack any of the necessary AA's nor underproteinate him, but I just figured it likely doesn't do him any good providing those in...
  7. Yes, I'm game :D. Kidding aside, I'm also of...

    Yes, I'm game :D.

    Kidding aside, I'm also of the opinion it's an issue, I may look around for a lower protein feed actually.

    Most owners are worrying about too much sugar or high NSC, which is...
  8. Good point, it's certainly food for thought. I...

    Good point, it's certainly food for thought. I guess time and future research will tell.
    Many horsefeeds are 14% protein and unless you have low quality hay, most hays are likely higher than the avg...
  9. Thx Texarkana, good idea I will find him just a...

    Thx Texarkana, good idea I will find him just a plain probiotic and take him off the Digest Ultra. Human & equine melanoma are different, but nevertheless, after reading that article it doesn't seem...
  10. L-glutamine safe for horse with previous melanoma?

    My horse recently had a melanoma removed & was treated with chemo. Surgery was successful and all is looking good again.

    He is and has been on SmartDigest Ultra (1,5 dose) for about 2 years, which...
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    What annoyed me in previous years is that some...

    What annoyed me in previous years is that some stores will also have a cyber monday sale which is often better than their black friday sale, when I have already placed me order.
  12. I know your question is about girths and not...

    I know your question is about girths and not pads, but I'll share what has helped me for a similar problem.
    My horse changed shape over summer, had saddle adjusted, but nevertheless the saddle kept...
  13. Thread: Full Chaps?

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    Timely thread, this recent cold weather is having...

    Timely thread, this recent cold weather is having me considering riding in full chaps.
    Anyone familiar with the ProChaps? Good or bad reviews?
    I'm contemplating ordering a pair.
    I'm just wondering...
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    I know of a boarding barn (high end) that...

    I know of a boarding barn (high end) that requires all horses to have Rambo Optimo with the different weight underlayers.
    It works apparently pretty well for the barnstaff. All horses are clipped...
  15. Yes I do and I'm in the camp of those that says...

    Yes I do and I'm in the camp of those that says it makes you a better rider.
    It also helps you figure out if the issues you are having with your own horse is due to 'your' balance or the horse's...
  16. Thank you SLW. It does indeed go down with...

    Thank you SLW.
    It does indeed go down with walking & turnout, only morning stocking up after being in all night (but that's pretty much his usual routine, which never caused stocking up in the...
  17. Could SMZ's cause stocking up of hindlegs?

    Horse had minor surgery (melanoma removal & chemo), was put on SMZ's as a precaution. And now he suddenly stocks up in the hindlegs, he has never done so before.
    I was wondering if this could be a...
  18. Thank you all. Big sigh, sounds like it's not...

    Thank you all.
    Big sigh, sounds like it's not going to be an easy battle.
    I will definitely try the Coke idea, easy enough to do.
    So far it just keeps outsmarting us and I really, really want it...
  19. Are those ultrasonic rodent devices safe around horses?

    Big :mad:, I got a very unwelcome and determined rat that made itself at home underneath my tackroom (screening base).

    I tried every trap in the world, electronic, glue, normal snap, but beastie...
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    I'm surprised to read about the use of Vienna...

    I'm surprised to read about the use of Vienna reins under saddle.
    I use those for lunging at times, helps getting them to go low, but once they understand low, I don't keep them in it long else you...
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    Sorry to read. Interesting treatment suggestion....

    Sorry to read.
    Interesting treatment suggestion.
    I've read about 'leaky gut syndrome' in various articles, but never saw that mentioned.

    Was you horse on a high sugar diet? Just curious how...
  22. Any chance you have yellow foxtail in your hay or...

    Any chance you have yellow foxtail in your hay or pasture, in some horses it can cause light ulceration of the soft mucosa in the mouth. Just a thought.
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    http://dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/dailymed/archives/fdaD...

    http://dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/dailymed/archives/fdaDrugInfo.cfm?archiveid=74761

    Ingredients : Stoddard Solvent (White Spirit) CAS 8052-41-3. Turpentine CAS 8006-64-2. Aluminium Stearate CAS...
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    http://dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/dailymed/archives/fdaD...

    http://dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/dailymed/archives/fdaDrugInfo.cfm?archiveid=74761

    Ingredients : Stoddard Solvent (White Spirit) CAS 8052-41-3. Turpentine CAS 8006-64-2. Aluminium Stearate CAS...
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    I tend to order from the UK, larger selection...

    I tend to order from the UK, larger selection when it comes to sheets with separate or integrated neckcovers vs what can be found here.

    I like EquestrianClearance, you do need to add 15GBP...
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