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Why not you are trying rubber matting.Horse Rubber...

2013-08-09T04:01:27.502-07:00

Why not you are trying rubber matting.Horse Rubber Matting are a great equipment as they can save a lots of money on bedding costs for the Horses.



Its so cute, Tonka is interacting with the little ...

2012-08-15T08:29:27.832-07:00

Its so cute, Tonka is interacting with the little child. They will have a nice bonding.



Hi from Italy =) what a beautiful blog! please sta...

2011-10-10T08:32:41.669-07:00

Hi from Italy =)
what a beautiful blog!
please stay in touch with our show jumping blog: www.iconadeironchi.blogspot.com
and also on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/IDR/133709530041269

hope to see you soon



omgosh! i often leave the fork on the ground on th...

2011-05-19T08:53:29.922-07:00

omgosh! i often leave the fork on the ground on the border of the fenceline, hoping my horse will not step on it. now i will carefully put it away outside the fence.



I like the blue van and i mighht be able 2 c it th...

2011-03-19T13:57:22.306-07:00

I like the blue van and i mighht be able 2 c it this summer!


-hannah (m)



write more please! No blog for almost 2 mos makes ...

2011-03-18T15:46:44.303-07:00

write more please! No blog for almost 2 mos makes us :-(



Glad no one was hurt and that Fizz didn't have...

2011-01-26T10:27:52.354-08:00

Glad no one was hurt and that Fizz didn't have a major freak out like my Molly would have!



Oh no! Glad she waited for the rescue crew. We hav...

2011-01-26T08:43:40.899-08:00

Oh no! Glad she waited for the rescue crew. We have one horse (Nate) who we run the safety of the farm around. The first question we always ask is "how can Nate hurt himself on this"?



YOu know what's *really* weird about those pic...

2011-01-25T19:53:11.155-08:00

YOu know what's *really* weird about those pictures?

It does not appear to be raining.



he certainly is handsome! and he's such a cut...

2010-12-06T19:35:16.642-08:00

he certainly is handsome! and he's such a cutie. i know what you mean about 'the bad' - my mellon is 23 now also and slowing down a bit more than i'd like and springing up with unexpected injuries and ailments. but overall he's happy, and i think that's the most important thing. tonka seems like a happy guy with lots of good care and love in his life. i'd consider him lucky :-)

ps - i had a horse who used to lay on the ground and scratch his sheath on a hind foot all the time - my trainer at the time told me to pack his sheath with a huge glob of antibiotic ointment overnight. it seemed to help...



What a face he has! I dealt with a senior a few ye...

2010-10-29T21:40:38.699-07:00

What a face he has! I dealt with a senior a few years ago and know what it is like to not want to throw new things in their diet but I did read an article the other day about how you can actually feed HA in a liquid form.... I dont know much about it but I have a friend who is shopping for a barrel horse right now and we keep hearing from ladies with older horses that they are running and it seems like many of them use some sort of HA product. Here is a link to the one I had in my favorites... just an idea:)

http://www.lubrisyn.com/about-lubrisyn-equine.html



Tonka looks good...sometimes "oldness" i...

2010-10-27T10:01:14.929-07:00

Tonka looks good...sometimes "oldness" is a really early symptom of Cushings. Given his founder history, it might be good to check him? Just a thought.



Tonka is so very sweet. I'm glad he got his tr...

2010-10-27T06:10:42.622-07:00

Tonka is so very sweet. I'm glad he got his treat from his little visitor before he got pushed away. He looks great too. Wonder what would work for that itchy sheath. When you mentioned the Monistat it put me in mind of an old concoction from years ago, have you tried washing him with some good old fashioned vinegar and water? Might help, might not. Just a thought.



From the ONE.MEASLEY.PHOTO you provide (the interw...

2010-10-26T22:32:41.014-07:00

From the ONE.MEASLEY.PHOTO you provide (the interwebs are a visual media, you know) Tonka sure LOOKS good! (sorry for all the caps--I'm not really yelling, but it's the only way I know to add EMPHASIS!)
I'd say you're providing all the best care for him, and yes, there may be issues in the future, but horses live totally in the now, and we should follow their lead.
(Now who is Fizz???)



Poor Morsel! Glad he's feeling better! We we...

2010-10-22T16:38:13.520-07:00

Poor Morsel! Glad he's feeling better! We were lucky we never had this issue with our pygmy wether. But, as we discovered the hard way, grain IS important in the diet if you don't have enough selenium in the hay. Hope all remains well with the goaties!



They are so freakin cute! I was just thinking toda...

2010-10-21T11:27:02.116-07:00

They are so freakin cute! I was just thinking today how much I missed the homestead up there.



Morsel is adorable. Glad he's feeling better, ...

2010-10-20T15:11:58.904-07:00

Morsel is adorable. Glad he's feeling better, poor thing. I know nothing about goat keeping but after this picture I might look into it. Just too cute.



I think I DEF need to make one of these for Gogo t...

2010-10-20T14:37:26.300-07:00

I think I DEF need to make one of these for Gogo the Hogmare.



So happy Morsel is on the mend!

2010-10-20T14:14:41.678-07:00

So happy Morsel is on the mend!



grain? really? Dobbie and Lupin Goat Gruff wil...

2010-10-20T09:14:42.032-07:00

grain? really?

Dobbie and Lupin Goat Gruff will be soooooo dismayed to learn that they won't be getting any more, now!

Can you link to some articles so I can learn more?

My little whethers won't exactly thank you, but I will!

p.s. the goat van = best. thing. ever!



Glad to hear the problem seems to be resolved. A...

2010-10-19T22:54:14.405-07:00

Glad to hear the problem seems to be resolved.
And by the way, I love your goats' names!!!



Our local rescue was selling mini-rakes as horse s...

2010-10-12T15:12:31.458-07:00

Our local rescue was selling mini-rakes as horse scritchers this summer!



I confess that ours get used as goat whackers as w...

2010-10-12T10:54:26.824-07:00

I confess that ours get used as goat whackers as well. The goats don't seem to notice. They do, however, notice when you use them as goat *scratchers*.



(confidential to aarenex: have you tried using a c...

2010-10-12T10:52:38.283-07:00

(confidential to aarenex: have you tried using a crowbar?)



Jean, I'll have to remember that! I have a $1...

2010-10-12T07:43:21.080-07:00

Jean, I'll have to remember that! I have a $10 snow shovel which works about as well as you'd expect, and I've been putting off buying a better one. Thanks!