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        10-23-2012, 08:13 PM
    Green Broke
    Im attaching some pictures I took of him today.. Let me know if this helps at all:) thanks

    I tried to get some from the same angle.. Im not feeling so well today. SO I didnt feel like bringing him out and tying him up for 2 minutes LOL
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        10-24-2012, 05:08 AM
    I see some muscles :) Hae you put him on some pro bios and maybe some acedophilus(sp) Or had him checked for ulcers? I know lots of people scream ulcers first thing, but they really are more common than folks might think. Anyways.... Good luck and consider maybe a senior feed through winter. Hey are made to aid digestion...he might get more out of it. Oh and maybe try some stuff called red cell. It's awesome for helping stabilize their weight and gain a few pounds.
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