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    Barn B, for sure!

    Barn B, for sure!
  2. If you need some humor, this might do it:...

    If you need some humor, this might do it: http://www.chronofhorse.com/article/who-needs-leg-when-you-have-winter
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    Yes, you have that right.

    Yes, you have that right.
  4. Winnie's Cookies are pretty soft, if I recall...

    Winnie's Cookies are pretty soft, if I recall correctly.
  5. Good luck, and please keep us posted. Whatever...

    Good luck, and please keep us posted. Whatever the Vet(s) figure out is likely to be educational for the rest of us.
  6. I am sorry I did not see this ahead of time, but...

    I am sorry I did not see this ahead of time, but am sure you can still use some cyber-hugs and condolences.
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    After both of you are safely out of there, please...

    After both of you are safely out of there, please 'out' them by name and location, to serve as a warning so folks will know which barn to avoid!
  8. Get the Vet out! (I hope it is just an irritation...

    Get the Vet out! (I hope it is just an irritation from something in the hay, but it could also be vesicular stomatitis, which is contagious.)
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    Getting young horse(s) is sort of like getting a...

    Getting young horse(s) is sort of like getting a puppy; you have to KNOW what the heck you are doing, or none of you will be happy, and the critters will not be well-trained. I agree with those who...
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    Brian, I typed 'ferritin types in forage for...

    Brian, I typed 'ferritin types in forage for horses' and found this via search engine:
    the blurb before I clicked on it, to be sure I had found something useful, said "Deficient Fe intake: A...
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    This is interesting too....

    This is interesting too.
    http://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=4069&context=etd

    If I recall correctly, part of the issue derives from iron overload triggering or...
  12. Have you notified the Rate My Horsepro folks?

    Have you notified the Rate My Horsepro folks?
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    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23156707...

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23156707
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18584923

    I just cannot freaking believe you scientific folks, who are SUPPOSED TO KNOW this stuff, are asking me for...
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    Katy Watts, you know 'darn well' about the...

    Katy Watts, you know 'darn well' about the research that has been done on this, or at least you should! (Don't be asking me for citations ! ) :(
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    Do some online searches and you will find more...

    Do some online searches and you will find more info. This issue of iron overload was pretty much proven to be a contributing factor in IR more than 10 years ago. I do not believe the type or source...
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    This, emphatically.

    This, emphatically.
  17. Call THE VET! If you have not already done so, do...

    Call THE VET! If you have not already done so, do that immediately. You need to get acquainted with the Vet yourself, anyway, and the Vet is the one who can tell you exactly what this is. Good luck,...
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    Could it be that the new location water is just...

    Could it be that the new location water is just not as tasty as at previous location? Good luck, and keep us posted.
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    Since it is intended for cattle, it could have...

    Since it is intended for cattle, it could have residue of other feed additives for cattle, that are toxic to horses, Move outta there ASAP.
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    I agree. Idiots are running that barn, and...

    I agree. Idiots are running that barn, and medicating a horse without owner's knowledge and permission is a huge no-no, IMO.
  21. EXACTLY!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sheesh, shaking my head...

    EXACTLY!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sheesh, shaking my head that anyone actually had to ask. :(
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    I agree with SuzieQNutter, " Don't get sucked in...

    I agree with SuzieQNutter, "
    Don't get sucked in by people's riding ability. If they don't treat a horse the same way you do. Pull them off. Physically if you have to. You are the only advocate your...
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    Beowulf, you are not anthropomorphizing. There...

    Beowulf, you are not anthropomorphizing. There has been some recent research done, mostly looking at pain responses, that proved horses do indeed have many different facial/eye/ear/muzzle positions...
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    Your horse is lucky to have such a caring, and...

    Your horse is lucky to have such a caring, and intelligent owner. I agree, it does seem like a bit of PTSD/panic attacks brought on by some past experiences.
  25. I agree with mvp on the "OP, the basic premise is...

    I agree with mvp on the "OP, the basic premise is wrong. In the customer service industry, which boarding is, the "good/bad fit" attribution is made by the consumer, not the service provider." It is...
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