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How to tell if foal is getting physitis???

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        09-13-2010, 12:16 AM
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    Green Broke
    Thank you for your opinion. I really value it!

    I kind of felt like he was just starting to get "nobby" looking, which he wasn't before. So I deleted his grain (he tries to snag a bite or two of moms) and I cut back on the alfalfa and added a healthy sum of bermuda. Hopefully that will cut back the calories on baby and still keep momma at a good weight.

    I assume plenty of exercise is okay? We don't have pasture, but I usually ride his mom for about 20 minutes and let him run loose. And boy, does he love to run!
         
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        09-13-2010, 02:04 PM
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    Trained
    Ya that should be fine. Bit thing is not letting him run until he is really tired. I know most of mine have turn out every day and they will run in spurts.

    I think your plane for feed should work. Just keep a good eye on him and he condition.
         

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