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    I used to keep my water trough under the...

    I used to keep my water trough under the downspout and let the rain keep it filled when I could. The horses never seemed to mind.

    I know though that when it's really wet and puddly they'll often...
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    I think you need to trim your FB friend list, or...

    I think you need to trim your FB friend list, or hide the ones who are the worst at this.

    Real friends will understand without being told that you are at max capacity and with the best will in the...
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    I thought it looked fun from both the rider and...

    I thought it looked fun from both the rider and spectator perspective.
  4. I posted on the original thread and I still have...

    I posted on the original thread and I still have and LOVE both the Cat Genies (I have 2) and the Litter Robot. The Robot is 5? yrs old now and getting a little tired, I have the old style not the...
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    Would they let you put a collar on her instead? ...

    Would they let you put a collar on her instead?

    http://www.haltertags.com/products/Leather-Neck-Strap-with-Engraved-Nameplate.html
    ...
  6. Adding anything organic like wood or wood chips...

    Adding anything organic like wood or wood chips will only increase your mud problem. It breaks down, holds moisture, and becomes a worse bog than before.

    It might work as a temporary fix, but in...
  7. Some depends on whether there's grass there to...

    Some depends on whether there's grass there to begin with and if not, what you're planting. Once it gets going Bermuda is incredibly tough, but it can be a bear to get started if it's really dry....
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    Oh the irony...

    Oh the irony...
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    Ahem... A "peeve" is an irritation, not a...

    Ahem...

    A "peeve" is an irritation, not a world-coming-to-an-end scenario. I hardly think banter about common irritations is unusual or worth the eye-roll.

    And, of course, if you find a...
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    My pet peeve is people taking a dump in other...

    My pet peeve is people taking a dump in other people's innocuous threads.


    Oh, *showing* peeves... well...


    When there are yappy dogs or a screamer horse left in the stall behind mine.
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    Milk is not an issue, these are pets and not...

    Milk is not an issue, these are pets and not breeding stock, and I only have 2 others.

    I have a vet appointment tomorrow so hopefully I can get a culture done and see what we are dealing with.....
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    I have a couple of names to try calling tomorrow,...

    I have a couple of names to try calling tomorrow, there are a ton of equine and small animal vets around but only two reasonable close to me who do goats. I guess any vet could do a simple...
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    OK, maybe I'm dense but I'm not understanding...

    OK, maybe I'm dense but I'm not understanding WHY. An abscess is gross and the whole isolation and super careful cleaning/no cross contamination thing is a giant PITA, but I have 2 other goats & 4...
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    It sounds though that lancing can cause more...

    It sounds though that lancing can cause more problems down the road, even if letting it burst on its own (contained area, of course) is more work.

    Bah.
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    Yeah, I read all those. Not encouraging. The...

    Yeah, I read all those. Not encouraging.

    The placement of it looks too high and far back to be a salivary gland, unfortunately:

    Picture here

    These are pets so culling is not really what I...
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    Goat-folk! CL help? (Caseous lymphadenitis)

    So one of my girls has a pretty classic looking swelling at the corner of her jaw under her right ear. The Merk article I was directed to here sounds pretty dire, but in relation to animal production...
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    ANY breed can be good or bad with cats, it's the...

    ANY breed can be good or bad with cats, it's the individual dog and its upbringing (and subsequent handling) that matter most.
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    Adult cats will teach a puppy manners in a hurry,...

    Adult cats will teach a puppy manners in a hurry, generally. I have a Lab and a terrier mix street dog and they both know that the house cats rule. They'll chase the local ferals outside, but in the...
  19. My dogs never wear collars unless we are going...

    My dogs never wear collars unless we are going somewhere in the car or I'm doing some training. I live on 13 fenced acres so they are out and about with me when I'm out doing stuff, I don't need to...
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    Been watching my neighbor's 13-ish hand pony...

    Been watching my neighbor's 13-ish hand pony breed their 15h+ mare for the last week or so. Yes, they want it (long scary tale) but he is absolutely getting the job done and she's helping him.
  21. If you have the room to hitch up at a 90 deg...

    If you have the room to hitch up at a 90 deg angle you have much better access to the bed. Still have to climb in, probably (or at least I do w/ an 8ft bed), but it's much easier than climbing the...
  22. I don't keep collars on my dogs for just that...

    I don't keep collars on my dogs for just that reason, I'm afraid someone will get seriously hurt. They wear them when we are out and about of course, but day to day at home and when left in the yard...
  23. If the weather is that cold, I would wash the leg...

    If the weather is that cold, I would wash the leg carefully with warm water and mild soap, rinse, dry as best you can, and leave it open to the cold air. If the tendon injury is that old then...
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    Hunh, I have a flip over and I have no problem...

    Hunh, I have a flip over and I have no problem with the lever, I can pretty much do it with on finger. And I mostly leave the ball up, unless I'm picking up lumber or something big that needs to lay...
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    My thought would be to make it a job like...

    My thought would be to make it a job like anything else for a bit. You may need to put something (or someone?) on him to ensure that he doesn't get behind your leg and get his head down to buck -...
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