Always, we do have them on a regular worming schedule. They each get a wormer every 2-3 months. But as I said we are going to get them all tube wormed to make sure that they ARE getting what they are suposed to be.
Dunoverit, we can easily handle 6 horses on our own. And we had 6 plus being forced to care for someone elses as they wont. We sold off 1 of ours and returned a lease we had to downsize ourselves to 4 horses, and hopefully the people are talking about selling their horses. But they arn't going to sell them cheap and no one is going to pay over 150$ for them as they are in such poor condition and they wont take any measures to add weight.
Supernova, thanks that's what I wanted to know! I'll let my mom know about the Oat hay so she wont get anymore. It honestly looks and smells really nice, but awhile back I think one of the horses had an allergic reaction to it. So we stopped using it. Since that horse was gone we used it again, and noticed odd behavior along with loose stool so we arn't using it anymore. Right now we are working on fencing in 30+ Acres and that's where a good bit of our money is going that way we wont have to worry so much about hay as they'll have grass around the clock.
And Gidget, we are definitely on the lookout for a trailer! We have let people know ahead of time. But they always back out on us or make plans because they forget. And it's REALLY frustrating. We found some nice grass hay for 1.50$ a bale. And a lady to let us use her trailer, but she's older and is always like just let me know when you wanna go pick it up. But when we ask she says she isn't up for it because of her back. After having back surgery and stuff. It's just really frustrating = /
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