Type: Posts; User: Ghazzu
Cardiomyopathy with emboli would be pretty high on my list of rule outs.
Percentages are fractions. In and of themselves, they are meaningless.
Daily protein requirements for horses can be easily calculated.
You can use this app to do that.
Once you have the...
Another Flshman fan here--got introduced to Sir Harry in college. They're a hoot!
When I graduated from vet school, I bought myself a duallie wheelbarrow as a graduation present.
Still have it.
Add it to the long list of therapies which Dr. Ramey doesn't find useful, including dentistry.
I'd be looking elsewhere.
Perhaps the 2nd opinion guy who told you not to go throwing money at what might not be a problem...
Not to worry.
In some states, rabies may be administered to livestock by the owner; however, should it come down to a potential exposure, "official" vaccination status is determined by whether it...
Most vets are thrilled to have clients that really want to know things. Ask!
Interesting you seem to assume it was the OP's ego and not the "trainer's"...
injectable is either mag sulfate or mag chloride.
No. Not ever.
I wouldn't take it as a gift.
I believe that is because there is no actual fruit in them...
Years ago, the World's Most Expensive Free Horse had a tie back that broke down shortly after the surgery.
She then developed a sterile abscess at the incision site.
The second tie back was a...
We don't know that the injected drug was acepromazine. Could have been any of a variety of pharmaceuticals.
Do you think they included that footage on the video? Unless they did, they *were* hiding it.
Probably pricier than you want, but I have two of these and love them.
Sedation of a rehab horse does not typically involve work over fences.
Or, hey, what if we just freaking quit the obsession with counting strides altogether, eh? It's really not a "traditonal" part of the hunters, but an outgrowth of the industrialization of what was,...
Not quite. The main sedative effect of Thanksgiving dinner is more likely to be the huge amount of food generally ingested, which tends to shunt the circulation to the GI tract.
There's a higher...
Yes, but here they were looking at the very substances that are the usual reason one feeds flax.
They looked at stability of the fatty acids and they looked at oxidation.
Both of those are measures of nutrient value.
Spoilage is degradation of a feedstuff, isn't it?
OK, makes a lot more sense with the added info.
I'll have to do some poking around in the literature.
That's the first time I've heard that particular claim.
An evidence for it?
That was my initial reaction.
But I've been feeding the milled (easier to get) and it seems to work just as well as the whole.