Yep, a whole whopping $80 xD the 'flat' farm call fee is $55.50, but that only covers the first ten miles. Every mile extra that they drive is $1.50 and we happen to be 28 miles from the nearest vet, which brings us to $82.50. If we have a holiday, night, or weekend case, its another $20. THAT is why Kenzie's vet bills have been so expensive, not because we used 'every force in existence' to heal her. Really, through all of her EHV and such, she only got IV fluids, two rounds of antibiotics, an anti-inflamatory, some salve for her pressure sores and shoulder, and that's about it xD after the fact we did get some Px suppliments for her, but I just picked that up myself. Normally we haul our horses out TO the vet, but she was obviously far too sick to be hauled even a few minutes, much less 45 minutes or more.
I think a fleece crown piece will work just fine Fayde. We can always leave it a bit loose if we need to, so it doesn't bother her ear too much, and if you do get that stock trailer, by all means leave her loose. That's what we did when we hauled her an hour and a half to the farrier, and she did just fine. A little off balance since it was her first time in the trailer in a while and she was still weak, but I think the rubber mats we used helped with traction a little.
At that point I'm still going to have two bags of Nutrena Mare and Foal, and half pr
more of the DuMor. I can bring you that if you want, since none of our other horses eat that and it would just sit in my garage. Depending on what you want, I can give her a tube of Probios as well, a few hours before the trip.
The week of the 24th sounds just fine to me. Maybe over that weekend or something?