Type: Posts; User: Cindyg
I'm so glad for you!!
These folks are expert in Equine Metabolic Syndrome. I work with Kathleen Gustafson, who is on that list. I have been very happy with her service.
Crying with you.
I juice and give my guys the pulp. I'm sure they've had peach pulp. I know that doesn't guarantee it's safe. Maybe freeze them and give them one a day as a treat?
Yes! My 20YO Saratoga fence looks as good as new.
Yeah, but I enjoy posting videos. I find the risk worth taking.
I think the more you argue, the more you protest, the more you care, the worse they gang up on you.
I post a lot online. I've had a few things head towards bullying: once that my donkey was...
Well, my favorite "hay replacement" products are Ontario Timothy Balance Cubes, available wherever you can get Triple Crown and Nuzu Stabul 1 (or Stabul Plus for easy keepers).
They are both...
Pasture Pro will not kill established grass. (Check the label to be sure.)
This is why I could never sell horses. I just couldn't.
Here's what I think, Whiskey: I think you should contribute as a regular member of this community, not just when you're trying to drive traffic to your site. Then, it would seem more appropriate...
We're going to need more details.
HOORAY! Our first "Winter's coming" thread! --Says me after seeing the 10-day forecast for Texas: High of 107, 0% chance of rain.
That horse has amazing balance.
My 1.5 horses are on 1.5 acres. (We have a bit more room for the house, yard, driveway, etc., and some under water.) Random thoughts:
I love my breezy open barn with rubber mats (discourages...
That was a little weird.
The one you posted is a very nice bit. After that, I think there's some trial and error.
I think you're a beautiful rider, and your arena! I am green with envy.
Unprecedented rains this year resulted in unprecedented bugs and bug bites, so I spent some time thinking about this too.
I have heard many good reports about the Summer Whinnies, but I didn't try...
Overgrazing is not a function of how many horses per acre. Overgrazing is a function of how long the horses stay on the grass after they have bitten the leaves (blades) off.
I just wrote a blog...
I laughed. :)
I had plaited reins years ago (back in the 70s), and they were so special. Very flexible. Felt lovely in my hands. I have no idea what became of them.
What's wrong with it? Is it a weed or a grass? Do horses eat it or not? I'm always interested in a hardy, hardy grass that my chubby horses won't eat with absolute relish.
Here's an article about electrolytes that might help you.
And here's one more on salt.
Wouldn't grass and hay be considered a whole food? If so, mine are on a whole food diet right now. I did have my forage analyzed and a mineral custom balanced by a nutritionist for my horse. I...