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        05-20-2007, 05:38 PM
      #11
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    Some one's talked to the sheriff and I know for a fact that he does drive by to check on the ponies, I looked in to s.w.a.p I think that's what there called...my neighbour has threaten to call on them a few times......i.e witness to wacking ponies on the head for no reason....long term with out hay and so on.......i would but the problem is my husband is a sheriffs dept and I know for a fact that if a report came in even though it's '' anonoumus'' your name is on the report sheet that goes to the responding dept... I know I worked as a a.c.o. In canada and I know he would make my life a living hell if I turn his own sister in......but tx it's so diffrent here then it is up north, if we kept our horses like some people do down here they would be taken away.....i'm not trying to put any one down ok so I am just ny uneducated sister in law who know nothing about horses.....
         
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        05-22-2007, 07:48 PM
      #12
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    I talked to the sheriff about my sister inlaws ponies when he came by to visit......it is sad to know that a man that lives in a farm animal area has no knowlage of farming and livestock at all......he asked why I didn't have my feed troft full of grain for the horses to eat when they wanted........hhhmmmm can you say colic and foundering......they get it twice a day........ he asked me why I didn't let them in to my very full spring grassed field that's almost really to cut......again foundering.............but yet it's ok for my sister in law to keep 4 ponies in 3 36x 36 pens ....trust me this guy has no clue.....and after yelling at him....yes yelling at a sheriff is fun....exspeacily when there uneducated about live stock.
         
        05-23-2007, 03:08 AM
      #13
    Green Broke
    :( You're not havin much luck are you. Wish I could suggest something to help.
    Good on you for havin a go with the sheriff though!
    Is it the same horses that you have on classified section? Sorry if I'm getting confused.
         
        05-23-2007, 07:12 AM
      #14
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    No the one in the classified section are mine, my bipolor neighbour is really getting phyco on us and keeps making complants over nothing.....he has cut our fence wires a few times and been throwing old bits of barb wire in to our back pasture, I once video taped the old rotting alfafa he thew in to our field....but the sheriff doesn't care and has sided with this phyco, the sheriff has no knowlage of horses at all, my sister in law suduation has only fueled the fire between my husband and my relationship...and i've had it, my daughter will keep abby until I move off the farm with the kids and then she will be sold after that, it's sad...i have done nothing wrong here but it's comming down to this but yet it's ok for my sister inlaw to keep her ponies in pen's that small and go for weeks with out hay, bugging whip her stud pony in the head in order to get in to his pen, to lie to us and tell us that she is taking her ponies out to graze when there is no hoofs or manure markings out side the pen's, it's so wrong.......i'm staying on the farm until all my horses are gone and then taking my 2 children with me back to canada to live with my father to start my life over once again
         
        05-24-2007, 10:22 AM
      #15
    Green Broke
    Aww no, I'm sorry.

    ((BIG HUGS)) and if you need an ear, PM me.
         
        06-26-2007, 01:37 AM
      #16
    Foal
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    bugging whip her stud pony in the head in order to get in to his pen
    stud pony? STUD PONY? OMG - don't tell me she has attempted to breed with the poor little man? (sorry, im referring to it as a 'he', is it a he or a she?)

    Is she the one who use/d him as a stud? Or did a previous owner use him as a stud?

    OMG - (if she is infact breeding with him) how can someone breed with something they barely take care of and are scared of?

    OMG - STUD PONY? A stud PONY? ARGHH.

    I sincerly wish you the absolute best with absolutely everything! I hope everything works out for you. I am glad that you have put your worry out in the open and im really glad to see that there are many people in this world who still care about the welfare of animals, let alone other peoples animals - despite all the negativity that you face doing so. Good on you.
         
        10-10-2007, 12:51 AM
      #17
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    Just a update....still nothing has been done.....every one has turned a blind eye to them because they are being "fed" and "taken care of" she is tihnking of breeding her stud with 2 mares and "she : said the deal from it would to get a choice of foal.........SCARRY
         
        10-19-2007, 05:50 PM
      #18
    luv
    Foal
    Why don't you offer to take ponies back to your farm?
    Or to a rescue?
         
        05-03-2008, 12:34 AM
      #19
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    Ok took this pic to show you how much room they have...not much room and there nevr taken out....what you see is what they got[/img]
         
        05-03-2008, 12:37 AM
      #20
    Showing
    Awwww. :(
         

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