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        03-03-2013, 06:01 PM
    Probiotics would help.
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        03-04-2013, 03:31 PM
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    Good news, today her poops were all solid-normal and she was feeling her "oats" so I'm thinking we're back on track.

    She hated the Probios in her feed last night but she ate them (while shooting me dirty glares as she chewed each "nasty" bite) so that probably helped.

    I looked through the hay and it looked fine, just a lot more stemmy than that grass hay usually is. Maybe it was more mature, or something, than the previous bale... Usually she's pretty picky about her hay so I don't think she would have eaten if it were bad but who knows. I gave her more off that bale last night, after checking it out, so maybe it was just the transition to a new bale or the weather change or something about that first section of the bale. I guess we'll never know!

    Lacey says "Thanks for helping my mom not annoy me with her senseless worrying!!"

    Thanks! :)

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