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    12-13-2010, 10:43 PM
I threw mine up in the air and ect now my horse is just scared of it haha, I put there hay around it now so there around it. I just need them to stop eating my fences so I want them to be occupied
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    12-14-2010, 12:23 AM
Originally Posted by xXEventerXx    
I threw mine up in the air and ect now my horse is just scared of it haha, I put there hay around it now so there around it. I just need them to stop eating my fences so I want them to be occupied
ooo.. that would suck.. eating your fences.. those darn cribbers!!!
Yah one of mine would really freak if I threw it into the air..
    12-14-2010, 12:24 AM
They just get bored in the winter lol and chew
    12-14-2010, 12:49 AM
My foal used to chew everyone's tails. A baby thing I guess. But what really helped was keeping hay in front of them 24/7. That's something I never used to do, since hay is really expensive around here and I don't have pasture either. But I just make sure they always have a non-fattening grass hay in front of them and he quit chewing tails.

Buying some grass hay might be cheaper than fixing the fences. Worth a try anyway.
    12-14-2010, 02:14 AM
I bought jolly balls for the horses, they totally ignored them. So I gave them to the Berners and they love them. They have been outside through two winters, not a problem. Just don't run into them with the snowblower, they get pulled into the blades, then fly out when they can't be caught and land about 10 feet away....
    12-14-2010, 05:41 PM
Green Broke
I hung mine in my mares stall because she takes the halters off the wall! But she plays with it, this morning when I went out she was swniging it around. Never had experience with them outside, though, but I would think they are durable!


jolly ball cold winter

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