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    South Shore Mass boarding

    Hi everyone.

    I'm looking for a boarding farm in south shore massachusetts. I'd love to find a farm that did a lot of fox hunting, hunter paces etc. Good turnout is really important.

    I live...
  2. Sticky: Horseless rider, Ocala

    Hello,
    I am an equine vet moving to Ocala and am looking for a horse to ride. I have a hunter/ jumper/ eventing background and would love to get a little saddle time either trail or...
  3. Thread: Doxy pricing..

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    There was just an article published in JAVMA...

    There was just an article published in JAVMA (journal of American vet med association) about compounded doxy that concluded that it declines dramatically after about 7 days.

    Here is an excerpt:...
  4. Thread: Tongue Ulcers

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    No Zimectrin Gold by the way!

    No Zimectrin Gold by the way!
  5. Thread: Tongue Ulcers

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    Thanks everyone. I talked with several vets, the...

    Thanks everyone. I talked with several vets, the state extension office and weed specialists, feed store and no one really knows. The weed
    specializes said buttercup will make their gums red which...
  6. Thread: Tongue Ulcers

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    Bump! Anyone!?

    Bump! Anyone!?
  7. Thread: Tongue Ulcers

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    I went through the pasture and couldn't find any...

    I went through the pasture and couldn't find any foxtail. There are some seed heads in the hay but I'm not sure how to differentiate them from fox tail. They look pretty normal for something found in...
  8. Thread: Tongue Ulcers

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    As far as I know horses won't eat buttercups as...

    As far as I know horses won't eat buttercups as they are bitter unless they have nothing else to eat. There have been a few buttercups in the field for years (and at times a lot more of them) and...
  9. Thread: Tongue Ulcers

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    Tongue Ulcers

    Hello,
    I have two horses and both of them 2 good sized ulcers on the tips of their tongues. One of my horses has been having some possible neurological problems along with facial edema (after...
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    Horse eating odd things/ Pica?

    My 17 year old TB was mildly colicky 2 weeks ago. It resolved with one dose of banamine. I floated his manure and found a lot of sand so I started him on psyllium. He did well for a week and then...
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    Sand clear vs metamucil

    I was just doing some research on how much psyllium is in metamucil and sand clear to figure out how much to give my horses. One of them has had a couple recent bouts of mild colic and I just floated...
  12. Liz Maloney (Equine Therapies) in Franklin, MA –...

    Liz Maloney (Equine Therapies) in Franklin, MA – (508) 520-4722. She is competitive jumper rider and a great lameness vet. She also does a lot of chiropractics and acupuncture as well. She has a...
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    I was always anti fly sheet thinking they made...

    I was always anti fly sheet thinking they made them hotter. One of my horses has developed sweet itch and needs a fly sheet on most of the summer and honestly, he is cooler with it on. I don't know...
  14. Would you bring them? And Ocala boarding question.

    Hi everyone,
    I am moving to Ocala, Florida for a year this summer for work and have been debating on bringing my 2 older horses with me. I wouldn't bring them until the fall, we live in...
  15. I use rubber ground pans, it's better for them to...

    I use rubber ground pans, it's better for them to eat at ground level anyways. Or you can always put a regular water bucket in a milk crate and snap it to the wall. I have a cribbed and those have...
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    If there is a problem with the vaccine such as it...

    If there is a problem with the vaccine such as it causes an adverse reaction or does not work, the vaccine company will usually help cover costs/ care and investigate the problem ONLY if given by a...
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    Turnout is the single most important thing I look...

    Turnout is the single most important thing I look for when choosing a boarding barn. It is so important to a horses mental and physical health that that is one area I won't compromise on. I would...
  18. What are the limitations with Hartford? I just...

    What are the limitations with Hartford? I just got a renewal for my horse's policy and Hartford was the one my agent recommended this year as my previous insurance company would no longer provide us...
  19. I have 2 horses at home and take my gelding away...

    I have 2 horses at home and take my gelding away every so often for shows and trail rides leaving my mare alone. He has also been hospitalized twice so he was away for almost 2 weeks once and another...
  20. Was an abdominocentesis (belly tap) done? Perhaps...

    Was an abdominocentesis (belly tap) done? Perhaps that could have caused it. I've seen it in a cow with severe pneumonia but the subcutaneous emphysema was up around the cows neck and throat latch...
  21. Thanks for the advice everyone. I really enjoyed...

    Thanks for the advice everyone. I really enjoyed reading the fire prevention articles that were posted too! :) I ended up locking them in for a few hours tonight during the worst of the winds and I...
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    Horse seem to prefer "fresh" hay, as in hay that...

    Horse seem to prefer "fresh" hay, as in hay that hasn't been sitting out/ picked at.... so maybe instead of giving him 1 flake and that is it before giving him more hay, give him a 1/4- 1/2 flake at...
  23. Thanks everyone for the advice! Luckily, we don't...

    Thanks everyone for the advice! Luckily, we don't tornados here (just hurricanes/ snow storms) but the hurricane winds can get up pretty high.
    Draftdriver- you are def right about getting here more...
  24. Locking horses in during bad weather and Fire prevention question

    Hi everyone. I have 2 horses in Massachusetts and a 36 by 34 morton type steel barn. It has 2 stalls in it with back doors so they can go in and out freely. The horses have gotten so used to this set...
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    That is perfect, thank you!!!

    That is perfect, thank you!!!
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