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        03-08-2014, 08:04 PM
      #21
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    Originally Posted by kimberlyrae1993    
    It's just some things I have never seen or heard I didn't think tying a horse to a tree would be a good idea but he did it to Amy the other day cause she was*freaking out and it seemed to help but she banged her self up pretty good. The water in stall he says he does that for there feet to get moisture doesn't keep them soaked just dampens them once a day
    The bleach has me freaked out.. I can't stop the bleach in through that's his say so but bleach on there skins???? That sounds painful don't it

    This was more of a rant I know I swear he does something new and weird every day lol but he's an awesome guy and CAN'T BEAT FREE!!!!!!
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    I don't think the tree is bad if it's appropriate. If she was freaking it may of been better to do that than let her really hurt herself otherwise.

    I don't see a huge deal with dampening (I was picturing them standing in puddles) unless the farrier says otherwise I would say whatever to that.

    As long as it's a very small amount proportionally which I assume it is then it should be safe to drink. Not something I would do but I wouldn't completely freak over it. Talk to your vet if you're concerned.

    Though I definitely wouldn't put it on bare skin, let alone irritated skin. That's the only thing that really seems wrong to me. The rest I don't think is bad or harmful in moderation. I would listen and learn and take things with a grain of salt at the same time, but he doesn't sound crazy lol.

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        03-08-2014, 08:06 PM
      #22
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    Originally Posted by Saddlebag    
    An 80+ year old man who'd used horses in the bush hauling logs told me their remedy for founder. They'd apply iodine just above the coronet band. Iodine is quite an irritant for horses. The they'd apply Vaseline to supposedly neutralize the iodine. They believed it drew the excess blood from the hoof and the method seemed to work. Years later we are told that iodine is an irritant but that the petroleum jelly doesn't soothe the skin and the iodine continues to irritate. This is like a rock and a hard place. Either the horse's skin is painful or the bottom or he's sore to walk.
    That doesn't make sense to me. Even if it did work... so the excess blood goes from the foot to the coronet band..? sooo..?? Then what, do they think it evaporates? Idk..
         
        03-08-2014, 08:44 PM
      #23
    Weanling
    Sounds like a good deal to me honestly...hell my BO puts bleach in the water buckets here to prevent bacteria growth, free board..its worth putting up with a few things like him getting annoyed at your girl for lifting her lip lol..and like others have said..maybe you can learn a few things from this gentleman in the long run :)
         
        03-08-2014, 08:49 PM
      #24
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    Originally Posted by Khainon    
    sounds like a good deal to me honestly...hell my BO puts bleach in the water buckets here to prevent bacteria growth, free board..its worth putting up with a few things like him getting annoyed at your girl for lifting her lip lol..and like others have said..maybe you can learn a few things from this gentleman in the long run :)
    It's funny cause he really let's her lifting her lip get to him she does it everytime I feed her I call it her happy face lol!!!!
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