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        06-16-2013, 09:27 PM
    Happy Fathers Day!!!!
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        06-16-2013, 10:09 PM
    NickerMaker- What a handsome boy! He sounds like a fantastic horse for you. Congratulations!!
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        06-16-2013, 10:42 PM
    Snow ball
    Originally Posted by nvr2many    
    Well, that didn't take rick to long. He already picked out a paint, lol. Notice its for the wife?? Oh honey, look what I got you. Works for me,

    Ok soup diet. Will have to check it out. I gotta keep up with Stan!!!

    Well by the time I left the lady with the chickens already said her daughter wanted to keep the black one and her mom or mil was going to keep it for her. Sooooooooooooooo here is our new addition. Cutest chicken I have ever seen! I need another one now!!!

    Now we need a name.
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        06-16-2013, 10:45 PM
    Coming from someone who currently has 5 dogs I would say ask forgiveness,, do make sure the up is not deaf though..unless your ok with deaf pups. I have had one. " my sweet gracie I just lost" and she was the best dog ever.
    Originally Posted by Koolio    
    The woman who owned my Boxer's sire just had a litter of 2 new puppies by the same sire (frozen AI). So the pups are half brothers to my boy and they are lovely. One is all white except for a fawn patch over his right ear and eye and he is available to a loving home (like mine) in about another 4 weeks.

    DH thinks we have too many animals as it is, but we live on an acreage with a big fenced yard and well, basically, this pup is already family because he is half brother to R.J., our current boxer. I think I'm falling for him. What do I do? Ask permission, beg forgiveness, hide the little guy and hope DH doesn't notice, or just pass it off as another critter crush?
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        06-16-2013, 11:19 PM
    Awwwww Jay jay is too CUTE!!!
    Originally Posted by AlexS    
    I like your joke. The problem is that my step Dad who is an awesome human being won't sit on my furniture as he might get a dog hair on him, last visit, he sat out on the porch, as he didn't want to be in my house.

    Loading issues, have you tried feeding in the trailer? If they don't go in, they miss dinner. When they get hungry enough, they go in.
    Tough love. :) Be real loud about feeding everyone else, and then offer in the trailer. No go, oh well. Then you wait to eat.
    awwwwwww he's so cute!!!
    Originally Posted by NickerMaker71    
    Hey all! Well...the big guy arrived!! I had to walk him up the driveway bc gooseneck trailers can't make the Jay Jay got greeted by my dog, a giant billy goat, geese....quite a racket! Hahaha. He did well.

    Kept him I the stall until I could run to town to buy a halter. Brushed him and fly sprayed him, stood nice...put him out in the pasture, he was loving it. Let Rainn out in the other one. She squealed, struck out, and took off for the back pasture....never did return! Hahaha he's looking tho...but he started buddying up,to me. He stood there and let me rub his ears...closed his eyes. . Sweet.

    Here is the first picture of JJ in his new home...more later!!!
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        06-16-2013, 11:38 PM
    I should not post while on the phone LOL

    Sorry I did a double quote post ...OOPS
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        06-16-2013, 11:52 PM
    I went on a fly war path today. They are so bad right now! I am so mad that they wont stop biting on the horses. I cleaned and sprayed stalls and then the same to the horses. The turn outs look terrible though and I don't know what to do ...
    what is the best product to use in turn outs for best drainage??? Last year he put in a lime stone almost powder but like a rock stuff. It looked great till we put horses on it. Then it just got mushy and nasty when wet..
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        06-17-2013, 12:00 AM
    Green Broke
    Snowball, cute! Lol.

    Happy Fathers day to the dads!

    NM, I need a shirt like yours. Where did you get it??? Loving JJ! So happy for you!

    I wonder if Rick bought the paint??
        06-17-2013, 12:03 AM
    I think we are loosing folks to the Older old people thread :( I hope they still come and visit here. I am way to young to go there. So I say if your Cool you'll hang here with us :)
        06-17-2013, 12:05 AM
    My knee is still sore but not near what it was.. swelling is down and I am moving easier.

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