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        08-16-2009, 08:53 PM
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    Yearling
    Red face ever feel like you know more than you want to?

    I do lol! Sometimes I regret finding things out, its kinda funny. I always read way too much into things and over do it. The number one trait of a spaz lol! When I found out about your horses nose swelling shut if being bit by a poisinous snake, I almost went out and started cutting up our water hose! When my parents found out my intenions they were like don't. YOU. DARE. Lol! I wasnt going to cut up OUR hose...but maybe someone elses... according to our parents we don't even have many poisinous snakes here, plus the vet would be called first anyways, and they would tell us what to do in our situation! Try telling me that once my mind gets going. Sometimes when I get going I forget to enjoy myself, and get caught up in something that doesnt need to be thought about. Im always thinkin about something, its actually kinda of annoying...anyways, ever feel that way?
         
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        08-17-2009, 08:43 AM
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    Started
    Lol

    My family has a small scale beef cattle operation, and my sis and I each have a horse. While we keep vet phone numbers really handy, we also need to be well informed on what can happen and how to deal with it, at least until the vet gets there (especially at calving time! ). If there's ever a time that I wonder why I have animals it's when I look at an animal fist aid book. It's amazing how many things can go so horribly wrong! I suppose you just have to make your situation as safe as possible, and read the fine print. Half of the stuff I read about comes right out and says that it's really rare for a horse/cow to have this kind of infection/complication. There's a fine line between well informed and hypochondria (a line that I have to keep an eye on sometimes, lol)
         
        08-17-2009, 09:44 PM
      #3
    Yearling
    Lol! Crazy crazy!
         

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