Boarder may have to leave
Okay this is a little bit of venting but I also want your opinion. We just opened up our 3 acre barn and pastures to two horses (owned by the same family) under a co op contract. They have two young/growing draft breeds. We told them before they moved their horses here that they would outgrow our property and they would have to move their horses. They agreed and still moved their horses to our farm. I have a 26 year old 15.3h QH. Both of them were smaller than my horse in October (when we started) and now they are either his height or way taller. Also my horse is underweight right now so I have adde molasses, corn oil, beet pulp, MSM, and a vitamin supplement to his senior feed. All I pre mix his feed and supplement in ziplock bags. I wrote specific instructions on our dry erase board on how much molasses, beet pulp, and corn oil into his feed and to put MSM in it at night. I also ask them to have one feeding ready to go, soaked with water, for the next person. So we don't have to wait for the mixture (lol) to soak due to the beet pulp. Twice they have forgotten (that I know of) to put water in it to soak. I confronted them the first time (the 2nd was this afternoon.) They were pissed when we went from feeding once a day to twice a day. They were feeding their young draft breeds 1 scoop once a day (now twice).
My Godfather (owns the property) and I are both tired of them and their horses (very pushy and follow your every move all the time). Also we have repeatedly told them to park on the driveway when the side of it is too muddy and they still park on the side of the driveway. I even put a cone there and still they do it. We warned them people get stuck and we don't appreciate the ruts. What would you do ?
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Last edited by horsyluvr; 03-01-2014 at 10:12 PM.