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post #591 of 969 Old 05-05-2013, 12:15 AM
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I live in Tennessee.....
hoping to hear some good news :)
either way, you have done a great job w/ her.....
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post #592 of 969 Old 05-05-2013, 12:13 PM
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Im also in TN. Why? Whats up?

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I hope that Kenzie can get to her new home...somehow...
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Just scheming... we might have a ride for Kenzie if we can wait until mid-June or so (pretty far off but...better than what we have right now) that will get her from here to Sharpsville TN, but any further and we'll have to find another solution.

I'm still waiting to hear from Fayde before I give any more information. Apparently the email I sent earlier bounced back and I never realized it, so I had to send another. oops...
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Just scheming... we might have a ride for Kenzie if we can wait until mid-June or so (pretty far off but...better than what we have right now) that will get her from here to Sharpsville TN, but any further and we'll have to find another solution.

I'm still waiting to hear from Fayde before I give any more information. Apparently the email I sent earlier bounced back and I never realized it, so I had to send another. oops...
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Don't throw fire balls at me or anything, but I'm still thinking I need to wait to answer that until I have an answer from Fayde ;)

In the meantime, how much are horses typically supposed to drink every day? I'm thinking she's not drinking enough, but can't figure out how to get her to drink more. I clean her water bucket daily so its not too icky for her highness to drink from, but I'm only having to refill it once. Its a 10 gallon bucket. Sour drinks nearly as much as she does O_o I tried flavoring the water but if anything she drinks less if I do that.

Her head is getting huge, too xD That grey rope halter that I made was way too big on her a month ago, but I've had to retire it already because its just too darned small. Thats a good thing though, right? Remember, she came to us in December wearing a large mini/shetland halter. She's now wearing a yearling halter on the very smallest notch. GROW KENZIE GROW!

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post #598 of 969 Old 05-05-2013, 09:15 PM
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See if you can use a dryerase marker to make the water level on the outside. That's how I see how much Sky is drinking when he is stalled.

Does she have a salt block? Adding that to her stall may help her drink more..
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post #599 of 969 Old 05-05-2013, 09:16 PM
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I am glad to hear she's growing, even her head, even if it means she needs a new halter now and again! Remember how we were wondering how long it would take her to replenish and rebuild her organs and heath so she could start growing again. Such a lucky filly!
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She has a red mineral block, but no pure salt block. I'll see if I can pick one up at TSC this week when I go buy more alfalfa pellets.

I forgot to mention that she's officially not being stalled at all any more though, which she is VERY happy about. She's back in her old pasture, though by herself for now. Grazing seems to help her out a lot and since her ear is 95% healed, we figured it should be ok. You'd better believe I scanned that entire thing for anything dangerous with a fine toothed comb though! LOL. I'm just trying to figure out a pasture buddy for her...none of the horses we've tried have worked out yet :/

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