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        05-22-2013, 07:59 PM
      #71
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    Originally Posted by verona1016    
    Can you point to any documented case of a cribber who stopped completely?


    Yes- I've owned several.. I can point at them- right? kinda rude but I doubt theyd mind.

    Its possible for them to quit completely.. trust me.. no im not magic or have some kinda satanic ritual or anything-- and im not the only person to have owned a cribber that's stopped.. that's like sayin a stall walker, or weaver can't stop- they absolutely can too.. lol.


    Puttin a collar on a cribber for a month and then takin it off aing going to make them stop cribbing- that's not even tryin to stop it.. its funny to me that some people think that way. You gotta make the effort to stop the cribbing- whats the mental stimulation the horses missin? Find it..
         
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        05-22-2013, 11:23 PM
      #72
    Green Broke
    Grazing muzzle.

    'Nuff said.

    On the topic of 24/7 turnout. My mare HATES living outside. She lives outside all summer but the second a storm comes rolling in she is tearing the gate down to get inside. In the winter she is inside all night. Goes out at 8am and comes in around 5. She will refuse to go outside if its too cold or snowing. Just the way she is. She is just a princess that way lol.

    24/7 turn out doesn't work for all horses. However I would leave him outside in the summer if you can. Nasty Brat has her kool coat summer sheet and stays cool as a cucumber under it when its hot as heck and is happy as can be.
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        05-22-2013, 11:25 PM
      #73
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    Spoild!

    If the horse only cribbs in a stall- it will make them stop cribbin to have pasture 24/7.

    Or you can stall them and play like you're in stallwars.. luke- I am your sire!
         
        05-22-2013, 11:55 PM
      #74
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    Originally Posted by toto    
    Yes- I've owned several.. I can point at them- right? kinda rude but I doubt theyd mind.

    Its possible for them to quit completely.. trust me.. no im not magic or have some kinda satanic ritual or anything-- and im not the only person to have owned a cribber that's stopped.. that's like sayin a stall walker, or weaver can't stop- they absolutely can too.. lol.


    Puttin a collar on a cribber for a month and then takin it off aing going to make them stop cribbing- that's not even tryin to stop it.. its funny to me that some people think that way. You gotta make the effort to stop the cribbing- whats the mental stimulation the horses missin? Find it..
    Nah I wouldn't call a shock collar a miracle cure to cribbing... kinda cruel actually...
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        05-23-2013, 02:12 AM
      #75
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    Originally Posted by NBEventer    
    Nah I wouldn't call a shock collar a miracle cure to cribbing... kinda cruel actually...
    A shock collar on a horse? Not even on my dog!

    Theyd be scared to breathe wrong! I hope people aint doin stuff like that- I see nothin wrong with a grazin muzzle-- I usually don't hollar abuse over the littlest things but that's definitely abuse in my book- and I've seen some redneck stuff, lol.
         
        05-23-2013, 09:49 AM
      #76
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    Originally Posted by NBEventer    
    Grazing muzzle.

    'Nuff said.

    On the topic of 24/7 turnout. My mare HATES living outside. She lives outside all summer but the second a storm comes rolling in she is tearing the gate down to get inside. In the winter she is inside all night. Goes out at 8am and comes in around 5. She will refuse to go outside if its too cold or snowing. Just the way she is. She is just a princess that way lol.

    24/7 turn out doesn't work for all horses. However I would leave him outside in the summer if you can. Nasty Brat has her kool coat summer sheet and stays cool as a cucumber under it when its hot as heck and is happy as can be.

    Thank you so much! Some people don't have horses who can go outside all the time! Most of the 70 acers is not really "woods" but it just has really tall trees and it is sooo coool under neither it.
         

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