Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: leonardtown, MD
[QUOTESo, between morning feeding and lunch time feeding 20 bales went missing and you can only account for 2 bales missing and those are in another person's horses stalls?
Yes. She often takes hay up to her other horse that she boards about 40 mins from our place. And I do know that for a fact because we've talked, he's in training.
I'm going to talk to her just didn't call right away cause I was aggrevated and wanted to be calm before I talked to her.
[QUOTEIt might be a headache and inconvenient but it certainly is not a nightmare.
Maybe not a nightmare, a little dramatic but someone either taking my hay or whatever happen is kind of a big deal to us. Hay is not cheap and the people we buy from tend to run low on hay or run out in winter. And that is a big deal. Money is not an issue for her she shouldn't take our hay..If that is what happened
And as for the other boarder letting her horses in our field and locking ours out that is common.. because our three horses only had a area smaller than a round pen to walk around in because she closed the gate and locked it.