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post #111 of 251 Old 06-14-2013, 01:58 PM
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My daughter is a few miles from you, but that is about what she pays now. She feeds half Alfalfa and half Timothy. The high cost of feeding horses in S. Cal. Now, is the reason she no longer breeds and cut down drastically on her number of horses. Sadly, she can also, no longer afford to rescue. Add the feed costs to the higher cost of all other equine related needs, then almost everyone I know here, has either cut down or no longer own horses. Sad really.

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post #112 of 251 Old 06-14-2013, 05:16 PM
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I've got a feeling that the OP might not be planning to update us. Though I really, really hope to read very soon that her filly has finally got enough hay.
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post #113 of 251 Old 06-14-2013, 05:37 PM
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I've been waiting to see more pictures.. she said in every response she has made that the filly is gaining weight... I kinda wanna see proof.. and proof she's cleaned up that pasture... throw a bale of hay in a photo with her and ding ding ding we have a winner and someone who wants to try and improve their horse....

Lol speaking of hay I gotta go feed my porkers. Sheesh at this rate maybe I shld mail her a bail of alfalfa.
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MoonshinePaint, fancy sending me a bail of Alfalfa hay as we don't get alfalfa hay in the uk.
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post #115 of 251 Old 06-14-2013, 05:45 PM
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hehehe yes mam. Ill try and see what the shipping wld be mine weight around 100-120 lbs
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post #116 of 251 Old 06-14-2013, 06:34 PM
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MoonshinePaint, fancy sending me a bail of Alfalfa hay as we don't get alfalfa hay in the uk.
This might be a dumb comment - but isn't alfalfa the equivalent of Lucerne hay in the UK and Australasia?
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post #117 of 251 Old 06-14-2013, 07:00 PM
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post #118 of 251 Old 06-14-2013, 07:02 PM
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yes Lucerne is the other name of alfalfa. I even googled it to double check my answer lol
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Lucerne is a popular brand of dairy products here, lol.
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The rice bran is transported by car which is a yellow 1998 Ford Mustang cobra.The hay had to be transported by truck and and my friend turned that into a work truck with tools in it.He lets m ride the mustang it's not mine.Barbie has an appointment Monday at 11:00 a.m with the equine dentist and she going to come for free to see what she has to do to her teeth if there is problems.Barbie does have an overbite and sometimes drops her feed.The veterinarian is the one that recommended I feed her rice bran.I will get her some hay as well myself instead of waiting on the truck.I will tell the truth beside the barn there is a big tub about 30 gallons full of green stuff inside it and it doesn't look fresh to me It's been like that for over a year.My friend tells me that won't hurt her so I took the advice which was wrong.She needs fresh water everyday because currently she only drinks a small amount of water two times a day that might be why she is not gaining weight.I will clean that tub out and everything.Thank you for your advice.I will get a boarding facility for my horse if it comes down to it.
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