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Should I change barns?

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    11-04-2007, 02:44 PM

We are there everyday unless for some reason we can't get there. We have been there when no one was around and they did have stalls, but I appreciate your concern. I don't know what I would do if I went there and they didn't have a stall. My horse is better now. The owner said it could have been a slight reaction to the flu shot she got. I have definitely been keeping my eyes and ears more open when we go there. Who knows, maybe we'll move them out sooner.
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    11-08-2007, 12:10 PM
Get out while you still can! That farm is a disaster...i had my horse at that exact farm about 4 years ago then he got thrush about 2 months after bringing him there and then it would never go away...I still to this day have to take extra careful care with his hooves because of that horrible place...PLEASE do yourself a favor and get out ASAP...otherwise you will have nothing but medical problems forever if you don't do it soon...Sorry for being so pushy but I don't want any other horses to have to go thru that misery!!
    02-23-2008, 01:42 AM
I would pack my equipment, horses and get out of there.

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