Type: Posts; User: ChocoMare
Big ditto for Herballs. The best.
Celery is good too ;)
And that's a TBI waiting to happen. In the words of that great philosopher, Bugs Bunny: "What a maroon."
Ditto the others. If you're using a large, known, reputable shipper (like Brookledge, Hubbard, etc.), Pone Pone will be fine. Get her a box stall and she'll hop off fresh as a daisy.
And they continue to satisfy our desire for MORE! Makes me wonder if a COTHer submitted it ;)
Time To Separate The Horse From The Goats
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FIW: I'm in the nothing camp. ;)
It reminded me of an installment of Redneck Dictionary :lol:
NW Georgia Craig's List: For sale- Lawn more. :lol:
Alas, I've seen that spelling 3 times by different posters. Head * Desk.
Alas Firefox version is doing it again. I can see the thread, but the REPLY box is grayed out and non-functional :( Had to come into I.E. to get this note to you.
Alas, no. I lived with it with my late appy mare. I wouldn't wish that on anyone.
When in doubt, don't. There's doubt over each scenario you listed, so wait.
Also, while you may think BF is THE ONE, I've seen way too many go south after buying the house/farm together and then...
Summer Squash Casserole
2 Lbs yellow squash, cut into ¼” rounds
1 Large yellow onion, cut in ½ - thinly sliced
½ lb shredded sharp cheddar cheese
1 cup Italian...
((( BIG HUGS ))) my dear MGP!
4 large Finely Chopped, Seeded, Peeled Cucumbers
2 Haas Avocados (firm, not overly ripe) – chopped
1/2 cup Minced Red Onion
2 Tbsp Minced Fresh Italian Flat Leaf Parsley
My thoughts lean toward the beginning of dementia...especially after reading the strong reaction to Zoloft. Lewy Body Dementia is the 2nd most common form, after Alzheimer's. I live it with my 53...
Another option, after applying the net, roll it into a Red River Arena hay cradle. No tractor needed.
Cinch Chix nets are your friend. You won't have the 30-40% waste with an un-netted bale. Plus it slows consumption to grazing speed so the bales last longer. They pay for themselves in no time.
Way back in the dark ages, I read an Equus article about an Arabian stallion that was dead in 20 minutes from severe colic. :(
CUTE pone!!! :yes:
Perhaps some strategically planted pricker bushes (like Bayberry) planted on the outside of the fence too ;)
OY! Praise God that other car turned off.
Understood :winkrin: Since I don't use a traditional "commercial" feed, but hay cubes, beet pulp shreds, rice bran, etc. I can't just dump - hence the bins.
Fortunately I just got a new dead...
So glad to hear this outcome. Whew!
I shared this thread and the final outcome over on the Facebook group "Learn From My Horsie Fail" - we learn both the funny & hard ways.
I've also updated...
If you want to take a look at my self-care boarding agreement, I'd be glad to share.
I never dump my feed into the chest freezer. I either leave the bag open & upright (like for my EquiPride) or use plastic tubs, carefully fitted to contain looser feed, like Beet Pulp or Alfalfa...
Yup, dead chest freezer. I won't have anything else.