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    11-16-2012, 04:49 PM
  #4971
Trained
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Originally Posted by peppersgirl    
prairie hay is costing between $85 (if your lucky) to $115 for a big round, brome is a little higher..alfalfa is higher yet, here in kansas.. hay was alot cheaper last year..but just the fact that these people have a horse but yet are dilusional to the hay prices and the fact that they didnt think ahead for wint, makes me really sad for that horse!!

I am lucky enough to still be grazing my girls, but that didnt mean I waited til the last second to buy hay. I did have to wait longer than I wanted as we were trying to close on our house and if it had fallen through I would have NO hay storage.. but not a week or so after closing I secured my first load of hay.
Yeah that sounds standard for a bad year here. We had a supplier who always had beautiful hay [just meadow but high quality can't-feed-it-to-ponies-or-QH type meadow hay] and in a bad year his was $100/round just after cutting/baling... went up through the year and we had to find a cheaper supplier, which wasn't such a bad thing because we had a pony, a QH and a very fat Standardbred at the time. But he's not cutting this year.

We are set for a shortage later in the season I think, wasn't a great growing season again this year but it wasn't dreadful either. I'm thinking I might reserve 20 rounds from whoever I get my hay from, only have the storage for one round at a time so most years we have a delivery every 2-3 weeks and pay on delivery.

In a really really good year there's more hay than the farmers can sell and if it's kept under cover you can usually get old-season hay for around half the price... but it's lost a lot of nutrients so is better for ponies and laminitic types. With my older gelding who is an average keeper, and possibly this rescue, I need really good hay, the sort of stuff you feed specifically to put weight on rather than "roughage hay" as I call it that's really only there to keep them from feeling hungry/getting ulcers/colicking.
     
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    11-16-2012, 08:53 PM
  #4972
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Ok so the ad isn't too dumb - but look at the last picture xD The grey arab up front just ruins the shot XD
Registered Half Arab Pinto Show horse
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    11-16-2012, 09:03 PM
  #4973
Foal
Your right it does ruin the shot but did you look at the grey horse? It looks like its laughing! Photo Bomb! LOL
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    11-16-2012, 09:04 PM
  #4974
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Originally Posted by PunksTank    
Ok so the ad isn't too dumb - but look at the last picture xD The grey arab up front just ruins the shot XD
Registered Half Arab Pinto Show horse
Oh wow I laughed so hard at that picture. So wasn't expecting it
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    11-16-2012, 09:19 PM
  #4975
Trained
Lmao, GypsyRose...im cracking up at your "photo bomb" comment.
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    11-16-2012, 10:16 PM
  #4976
Started
Oh my goodness! ROFL!! That picture is hilarious! Why wouldn't you crop that?!
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    11-16-2012, 10:43 PM
  #4977
Weanling
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Originally Posted by PunksTank    
Ok so the ad isn't too dumb - but look at the last picture xD The grey arab up front just ruins the shot XD
Registered Half Arab Pinto Show horse
I don't even see why they used that picture- I can't take my eyes off that grey horse xD
     
    11-16-2012, 11:18 PM
  #4978
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Originally Posted by PunksTank    
Ok so the ad isn't too dumb - but look at the last picture xD The grey arab up front just ruins the shot XD
Registered Half Arab Pinto Show horse
Just proving that their horse stays sane and controlled when others are being silly
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    11-17-2012, 02:52 AM
  #4979
Weanling
Maybe this isn't dumb, maybe its me, but if he never trialled how do they know he's too slow? And 3 rides doesn't make a good second horse IMO.
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tommy is a 7yo standardbred gelding he stands 15/15.3hands never raced or trialed. He has been ridden 3 times and was an absolute dream. Only selling as he was too slow for racing.
Would make a lovely second horse for a rider with some experiance as he is still green
     
    11-17-2012, 02:57 AM
  #4980
Weanling
Sorry for double post but this one is just great.
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hi im looking for a stallion for stud for my 2 of my mares sam and bella one is a standerdbred and one is a race horse I was hoping to keep the price at 200 max if I can have papers for stallion that would be handy
     



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