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  1. Wow, great coupons... anything for those of us...

    Wow, great coupons... anything for those of us out West? lol :(
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    I have little horses so am totally out of place...

    I have little horses so am totally out of place on this thread (although my bf has a 17h TB in training and blanketing that one has been something of a new experience for me, though it would be...
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    Definitely depends what type of Quarter Horses...

    Definitely depends what type of Quarter Horses you're talking about. There is a big difference between an off the track QH, a Western Pleasure bred QH and a cowhorse... Even within a discipline or...
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    http://www.ranch-way.com/images/uploads/content/fe...

    http://www.ranch-way.com/images/uploads/content/feedinghorses.pdf

    The Santero is 37.9% NSC...
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    Diarrhea is not generally an allergic response......

    Diarrhea is not generally an allergic response... really does not sound like an "allergy", especially since your vet did not do any sort of test. Some horses just don't do well on orchard. I have a...
  6. I know this post is a couple months old, but...

    I know this post is a couple months old, but thought I'd reply in case anything else comes up. I'm a little south of you but travel up to Santa Barbara for shows every once in awhile so Ventura...
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    Think about pushing the back pockets of your...

    Think about pushing the back pockets of your jeans- the tops of them- into your saddle. This is how they worded it when I first learned to ride on reiners and it stuck with me. Probably the...
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    Location? That will make a huge difference... we...

    Location? That will make a huge difference... we have a place with 14 stalls and an arena, and that's about it (plus parking and a small turnout, total of under 2 acres) and with manure haul-off...
  9. My horse and I fell at a competition, we were...

    My horse and I fell at a competition, we were both fine. I called my boyfriend (who is a trainer).

    "Layla fell with me, all the way down."
    "Is she ok?!"

    (Not "Are YOU ok?" lol)

    I guess he...
  10. My horses get a supplement with digestive...

    My horses get a supplement with digestive enzymes, probiotics, as well as glucosamine and chondroitin. I also add extra glucosamine. At first I was just giving it to one horse since she was a...
  11. Is there anyone in your area with cattle? If so,...

    Is there anyone in your area with cattle? If so, people might buy it as cow hay... at least, that happens around here with moldy bales... better than burning it. ;)
  12. P.S. it's grown in Utah. My friends in Utah...

    P.S. it's grown in Utah. My friends in Utah complain about paying way less than half that much for hay!
  13. There's huge variety around the country, and I'm...

    There's huge variety around the country, and I'm lucky (:lol:) to live in one of the most expensive areas for hay. I get what is a very "good deal" on a 75/25 orchard/alfalfa mix, average 105lb...
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    Grand Meadows Grand H.A. Synergy, or their Grand...

    Grand Meadows Grand H.A. Synergy, or their Grand Premium Plus if you want a supplement with everything in it. Mine got really nice coats on that, too.
  15. Just an FYI for some recommending pellets, some...

    Just an FYI for some recommending pellets, some brands of Alfalfa or Alfalfa/Bermuda pellets have some molasses added. If you have a horse with an allergy, just make sure to check out labels. ;)
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    I don't know about supplements for allergies, but...

    I don't know about supplements for allergies, but I've done Vetalog shots that seem to help a lot with a couple different horses.
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    15% is pretty normal, even lower than a lot of...

    15% is pretty normal, even lower than a lot of producers experience. They often wean at 2-3 weeks so that they can get litters out of their sows- I guess it must work itself out. But high piglet...
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    Horse show photography is one of the only things...

    Horse show photography is one of the only things where someone works by standing out for up to 12+ hours, often in the sun, with few to no breaks, and then has people complaining over a $35 photo,...
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    Horse is 7... horse is staying stalled and am...

    Horse is 7... horse is staying stalled and am keeping it wrapped most of the time, vet is pretty confident it is a splint and we are treating it as such, but if she just whacked it hard, treating it...
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    Splints- As in, the Injury

    I did a search, which gave me a couple of topics that briefly mentioned splints and several talking about splint boots, so sorry if this has been talked about a lot. Feel free to send me a link and...
  21. I'm not sure what exactly they've done with HA...

    I'm not sure what exactly they've done with HA specifically, but Grand Meadows is one of the few companies that I know has done studies (including radioactive labeling of ingredients making sure they...
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    Everyone has pretty much covered it, feeding just...

    Everyone has pretty much covered it, feeding just alfalfa isn't ideal for a few reasons- one of which being that you generally don't want to provide a horse with free access to alfalfa. Most will...
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    I've had several hard keepers, and even though...

    I've had several hard keepers, and even though people like to throw complicated formulas of supplements and grains at them, what has always worked for me is lots and lots of hay, including some...
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    If they weren't getting as much hay, I would...

    If they weren't getting as much hay, I would prefer cubes since they're the longer-stemmed option. However, my horses get just about as much orchard hay as they want (except the chunky pony, his...
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    There are certain instances where enzymes are...

    There are certain instances where enzymes are great and have been proven in legitimate studies to be beneficial (for digestion mainly), but I don't see how any effect would be seen on a virus... I'm...
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