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  1. #1
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    Default Have a cribber?

    Don't worry, buy this Parelli supplement and your horse will quit, no need of cribbing collars:


    http://www.parellinaturalhorsetraini...orse-cribbing/



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    Ugh!

    Nothing like combining unfounded opinion, statements that are opposed by medical science -and hazardous to equine health, lack of explaining what a good diet ought to include, and 'love' for the horse with a bald-faced profit motive, eh?

    I pity the poor vets faced with owners who have 'learned' from PP how their stock should be treated.

    So they have finally acheived Snake oil salesman status...will wonders never cease.


    "No matter how cynical I get its just not enough to keep up." Lily Tomlin



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    True, we do have another thread on the same subject that has much more on this.
    Very interetsing.



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    Moving to the other thread...



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