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        07-18-2013, 11:56 AM
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    I have a question I want to ask here..... I have several bits that I know I will never use on my horses, I'm not sure what to call them but they are not jointed in the middle, some have a curve to them. I don't think they are worth much. What do you think I should do w/them? Are they considered harsh? I would sell them but wouldn't want to contribute to a horses discomfort. Opinions?
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    send them to me I will put them on my wall at the shop :)
    It is all done in western stuff :P

    I have OLD and new here
         
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        07-18-2013, 12:03 PM
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    Yep Sherry send them here they will fill the walls nicely... and I will send you a kitty for your barn :P
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        07-18-2013, 12:06 PM
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    Weanling
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    I already have a dust pan full!! Lol
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        07-18-2013, 12:12 PM
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    Sherry Yes Riding helps Bres Back some when she rides properly .. and is not riding backwards sideways and many other ways
         
        07-18-2013, 01:01 PM
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    I already have a dust pan full!! Lol
    awe isn't it funny how the Claico ones are never male?
    nvr2many and wild old thing like this.
         
        07-18-2013, 02:06 PM
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    Weanling
    Yes, that is odd!

    First day outside...
    Wore me out getting her there so I could clean the stall.

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        07-18-2013, 02:12 PM
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    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by Farmchic    
    Yes, that is odd!

    First day outside...
    Wore me out getting her there so I could clean the stall.
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    Hows that
         
        07-18-2013, 02:26 PM
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    OMG Sherry that filly is Adorable!!!!!

    Here are all 4 Kittens How old do you all think they look???


    Callie "changed her name"

    Charlie
    Arkay irritated his lil eye some how


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        07-18-2013, 03:15 PM
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    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by Critter sitter    
    awe isn't it funny how the Claico ones are never male?
    Not really odd, as it is a matter of simple genetics. Calico is created when two color genes are expressed (totoiseshell and white spotting together or black and orange together) at the same time. Since these particular color genes are found on the X chromosome, for both to be expressed, a cat must have 2 X chromosomes, meaning it must also be a female. Males will have XY, and the Y chromosome doesn't have the color genes.

    Once in a while a male cat can have Kleinfleldter's syndrome and have an XXY genotype. While these make cats can be calico, they are almost always sterile.

    OK, taking my science nerd hat off again...
         
        07-18-2013, 03:38 PM
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    Yearling
    Farmchic- the filly is beautiful! I love her markings. What breed is she? (Sorry if you told us already and I missed it)

    CritterSitter - the kittens are adorable!

    Roadyy- it sounds like you had a fantastic day yesterday! Congratulations to you and the colt on a nice quiet first saddling. It sounds like he is going to be great to work with,

    NickerMaker - it sounds like you are really enjoying your summer holidays. Fantastic! Enjoy your visit to Margaritaville with Jimmy Buffett tonight!

    I finally feel like summer holidays are now in full swing! The weather has been great the past few days and I am getting tons done outside around the yard. Between Tuesday morning and this morning, I have weed whacked the entire perimeter of my pasture ( over 7 acres) clearing the grass and weeds from growing up the fence line, mowed the entire yard, including the septic mound which was over a foot high, washed and dried all the saddle blankets, got Sally to the vet for a teeth float and just finished harrowing the pasture and pulling weeds. I also scrubbed and disinfected the inside of my horse trailer and set 3 mole traps (Caddyshack is back on!).

    This afternoon I am taking a break and the kids and I are going to the public library to set up an ebook account. Later today, I have to worm all 4 horses and clean both geldings' sheaths (yuck!). Tomorrow we clean out the hay sheds to prepare to receive 400 bales at 7 am Saturday morning. I am hoping to get a ride in today and tomorrow as well.

    DH and I are also in the process of planning a motorcycle holiday the week after next. We plan on riding up to Dawson City in the Yukon and going over the Top of the World Highway into Alaska. I am very excited to see the Klondike area and the Arctic tundra, but also a little nervous about being gone for so long and riding so far. From here, it is over 6000 km round trip and we have only 8-9 days to do it, meaning we ride hard for 3 days to get there, spend a day in Dawson City and a day riding to Chicken, Alaska, followed by 3, 1000km days riding home. Fortunately, my parents are willing to come up to be with the kids and help with the acreage and the critters, so this is our chance to do it.
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