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What would cause a horse's face to swell up?

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        12-27-2012, 10:31 PM
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    Green Broke
    Botulism would be from a dead rodent etc in the feed, which happens in hay.
    Allergic reaction ? Poison ? Chemicals?
    If people have already harassed you and you had to sell a horse ? Because of your blog.. I would stop blogging, I would have moved the horse .
    You are in Nevada and no Vet will go to the barn ? Something sounds fishy to me. There is something 'off ' here. Either you are exaggerating or leaving out lots of information.
         
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        12-27-2012, 10:38 PM
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    Weanling
    If he is blogging about the welfare of horses and trying to be a voice out there and the people are "getting even" by doing this , I would say your blog is striking a nerve . I wouldn't stop blogging ,that is what they are wanting you to do . You're obviously threatening them with your blog and they don't like it . They probably think they can hurt you through the horses cause you won't be able to go to the law because there won't be any proof , that is where my idea can come in handy. Heck , put some cameras up around the area or something ! I am sure you can get these people , just don't give up !
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