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        09-03-2013, 09:14 AM
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    Weanling
    You can turn her loose with the herd anytime.. the only thing that I have found is that she may scratch her head and pull it off. So make sure you are able to walk around the pasture and find it.

    My guys will pull it off the first few days it is on then seem to forget about it, and it stays on till I take it off

    Rhonda
         
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        09-03-2013, 07:30 PM
      #22
    Weanling
    Thank you RhondaLynn, Today was only the second day for her, she had it on an hour out in a small paddock with grass with two of her buddies. I waited and hour to see how she would do and she was better than I expected so I rode just over 3 miles on my gelding, came back and she was grazing away next to her buds. I think she is ready this week sometime, such a good girl.

    Also put it on my gelding after riding, he is more like his owner, he tried to shake it off,then kept pawing which worries me. It was more like frustrating he couldn't get the grass vs trying to paw it off. Like me short of patience, he will take longer..
         

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