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        08-01-2008, 10:53 PM
    If he belonged to me he'd have been gelded at birth.
    Poor thing didn't mean to be ugly I'm sure but he's a bag of bones TWH with a knife neck, really weak loin attachment and is just generally fugly. All of his horses are thin, I do hope animal control gets him eventually.

    See, it's not my mare he's terrorizing, and her owner is too timid to cause waves. I guess she will if she gets a fugly baby.
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        08-01-2008, 11:44 PM
    Originally Posted by Vidaloco
    I think Kansas has laws about stallion containment. Fences have to be so high etc. If they don't they should. Everyone I know who keeps stallions keep them in a seperate inner corral with 6' fences.
    Those rules should be everywhere.
        08-03-2008, 01:06 AM
    We have shot one pit bull and a few coyotes for desturbing our live stock, by law you have the right to, before we had star gelded our neighbours mare's would come visit him (we have 6 ft high pannel fencing in our large phone call to them and they would be right there.....we are extreamly friendly with them so if one of there horses is out they don't have to worry about coming on to the property if we're not here to catch it.......unless it's a servers case of animal neglect a a.c.o will not do any thing....ask the local sheriff what local laws are about shotting anlawful live stock
        08-16-2008, 03:43 AM
    In my personal experience, on the fenceline where the ugly stallion is, I would put an electric fence that would knock him on his butt when he hit it. We have had up to 3 stallions at any given time and I have electric fence up. They have been pastured next to the neihbors mares and my mares and even right next to each other and they know that the fence means stop or it will nail them. I have only ever had 4 foot fences and once they have learned what electric fence is they never have tried to jump it or anything, no stallion fights between any of them and no escaped horses.

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