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    OK - forgetting diet change. Switched from...

    OK - forgetting diet change.

    Switched from equine senior to ultium this spring due to needing more calories. Forgot about that.
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    He is on a topical antibiotic due to a bacterial...

    He is on a topical antibiotic due to a bacterial dermatitis presumably also caused by the constant wet conditions. Both the coronet band issues and dermatitis are on back hooves also, which look much...
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    I'm talking about the inflammation and hyperemia...

    I'm talking about the inflammation and hyperemia around the entire coronary band and lack or normal membrane there. He eats purina ultimo and free choice hay when stalled.

    Already spoke to barn...
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    Thank you. I am very, very aware of the condition...

    Thank you. I am very, very aware of the condition of his feet. That was not my question and was hesitant to post a picture but I was at wits end trying to manage it while on just pasture. Clearly 24...
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    Weird coronet band thing?

    What is this??? Been battling it with topical antibiotics for a couple months. Waxes and wanes. Worse on front where non irritating bell boots are but present on hinds too.
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    Feel your pain- going to look at a (free) lease...

    Feel your pain- going to look at a (free) lease horse on friday I believe to maybe have a horse to show for May-July before clinical rotations start.

    I have 2 horses-- one fully retired and one...
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    you may ask if he used a calving ease bull (low...

    you may ask if he used a calving ease bull (low BW) - that should put your mind at a little ease
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    OP: we are friends on insa. hayyyy!!!!! ...

    OP: we are friends on insa. hayyyy!!!!!

    Anyways, 2nd year vet student here. I guess I lucked out in a lot of ways. Dating a team roper who now works for the university managing cattle. He lives...
  9. Sticky: Horseless Rider in Southeast

    Amateur rider in veterinary school in looking to free lease horse to get in shape/put miles on in Memphis, TN from May-July (3 mo) when on rotation break.

    Would love a horse who could do some...
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    That being said, depending on what week/division...

    That being said, depending on what week/division it is, there can be pretty large classes.
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    I'm in vet school - While I currently have no...

    I'm in vet school - While I currently have no showable horses, I get out to the barn about 3-5 days a week and maybe can ride 1-2 times a week. You will have a lot less time than in undergrad but...
  12. article on mounting from ground vs landing off of a jump

    Does anyone remember this study? I was trying to find the link to it but I couldn't find it anywhere. It was on facebook a couple of months ago, saying that mounting from the ground was harder on the...
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    waaahhhhhh. ok thank you

    waaahhhhhh. ok thank you
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    pentaussie on backorder?

    My vet won't compound PPS, but pentaussie is on backorder...or so she thinks? Does anyone know expected day to be available again or if any companies still have any in stock?
  15. We halter our horses and for the ones that don't...

    We halter our horses and for the ones that don't have phone numbers on the halters, we put duct tape on the halter and write our contact information with a sharpie. Generally I prefer them turned out...
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    back on track wraps will help as well :)

    back on track wraps will help as well :)
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    AYR8 Leather Look Helmet

    Does anyone have one?? GR8 is 5 years old and it's time to move on with hopefully a little more ventilation.

    Some of the pictures I see are a little more matte and some look really shiny. I just...
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    walsh halters :)

    walsh halters :)
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    I'm sorry you are going through this but I think...

    I'm sorry you are going through this but I think most people have had this happen at some point. I've never had an accident jumping (started as a child and now 15 years later) until last year in...
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    pentaussie is given IM. My vet won't prescribe...

    pentaussie is given IM. My vet won't prescribe the compounded formula so I use pentaussie and quite like it. However, I still only give 6 mL. I know that it is giving 1/2 of the "correct" amount but...
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    I don't do high levels by any means, but I still...

    I don't do high levels by any means, but I still ride/jump my 14.3 QH that I got when I was 11. 23 now (and 5'8) and I just ride with my stirrups a hole or two shorter than I normally would....
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    I'm sorry I don't have any experience with chevy...

    I'm sorry I don't have any experience with chevy vans. However I have a 4x4 diesel excursion and i love it. I took the 3rd row of seats out and it fits all of our dogs wonderfully. You could always...
  23. Yes you don't need splint bones - they don't do...

    Yes you don't need splint bones - they don't do very much and MT/MC III is the main support and bone for each limb. II and IV were used once but no longer.
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    My hawk has adjustable butt and breast bars. I...

    My hawk has adjustable butt and breast bars. I wonder if someone could do that for your trailer. My horses are 14.3 and 15.3 so it's nice to be able to put them lower for my little guy.
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    I have a horse who is aggressive towards other...

    I have a horse who is aggressive towards other horses with grain, but not to people. He lived in a feedlot for a while and was beaten up. He is much better now than he was 13 years ago, but of course...
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