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I certainly cannot advise you as I am having the same problem. My two cannot, will not, do not graze with the muzzles on. It's been about three or four weeks now. :(
I go out every couple of...
I just bought one from Tractor Supply for around $80. Haven't mounted it yet. I hope it helps. I'm in Texas, and I have a Fjord.
I have this one. I like it, but I don't think it is going to slow your horse down enough to prevent choke. I have altered mine (added cross bars), and it still doesn't slow them down enough.
Google "stirrup turners" and you'll find products you can buy for around $20.
You can hire somebody to balance the minerals of your forage especially for you, and then you'll know for sure, without guessing. I had this done recently, and found the results fascinating. There...
Yes, it's a forage; but it's a short-stem forage.
I've actually switched from Thrive to Chaffhaye. I do consider Chaffhaye superior.
Yeah, I use my iPhone. Come take a look at my blog (in signature line) to see what it looks like.
A couple of useful tools you might consider:
Something like this to hold your camera up. ...
I had the exact same question.
My donkey huddles up in the barn and hollers for me to "DO SOMETHING!" if there's a light drizzle, nevermind snow up to his belly!
Wow. 77 pages. OK, I'm up on the story. Wow.
I just sent my pet sitter a thank you note for never leaving me and my pets hanging.
Can somebody please give a brief synopsis (or post the link) to the back story?
What about Thrive? It's supposed to be easy to digest, and I don't think it has any added preservatives or sugars.
Since you mention that you have a wall, I tacked a giant net to a wall. Picture a soccer net tacked to a wall. There's no way they can put a hoof in it; it's higher than hoof height. As far as...
I loved this thread and all the pictures. But this photo belongs in a coffee table book or a calendar. You should consider submitting it to a photography contest or something. It's remarkable.
If money were no object to me, I'd buy it. I think it looks like a fun, comfortable, secure saddle. I'd love to have a whole collection of different saddles.
This is exactly what I logged on to say.
P.S. Note to Naturalequus: I don't get what you're doing here. It doesn't seem a good use of your time.
My question isn't whether Parelli is fabulous or not. My question is -- why must we criticize the folks who are out there working with their horses? So they don't follow your ways. So you don't...
It's possible, just for one example, that they were working on the rider's confidence in a new environment.
I agree too. I don't see where any harm was done.
That's a big horse, and very fancy!
It's a Parelli ball. If you look closely, you can see the logo.
I'm sorry, but that just cracked me up!
Welcome to the board, Rosem. Ask again and we'll try to help. :)
You look so happy in those pictures. :)
So, dry ice and water will kill an animal? Where can one buy dry ice? I'd like to keep some on hand.
I have pet mice, and they don't live long. But they are **PETS**, and I'm not interested...
Mine carries on in the trailer too.
As to the rest of the ideas in this thread -- I cannot imagine hobbling, smacking, or popping the brakes. (Not because it's mean, but...
He must be if he's a white Gypsy Vanner, a stallion very calm gently and very broke to ride by any one, and $1500.