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post #2791 of 29437 Old 05-18-2012, 10:04 PM Thread Starter
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good evening all hope you all are fine
I got the ingredients to make Belle some treats

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post #2792 of 29437 Old 05-18-2012, 10:07 PM Thread Starter
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Awe I love the name Valentino
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post #2793 of 29437 Old 05-18-2012, 10:44 PM
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Awe I love the name Valentino
A handsome man
Thank you =) it was either Valentino or Zafir, he's a real love bug and he's sooo pretty everyone voted for Valentino lol.
What ingredients did you get for belle? Have you ridden her yet?

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Hunter: thank you =) Your poor boy, what are you putting on it?

Grace: thank you, im absolutly thrilled to pieces about him =) Hope Kes gets better soon!

Im going to the barn tomorrow, ill get some pretty poses from him then, I'll have a friend hold him for me. I tried earlier in his paddock but he kept following me around lol!

Can't wait to see the pretty poses. I was putting Xxterra on it, the vet gave it to me Sunday. Poor boy has already had such a hard life (he is only 4). I feel like a bad mamma.BO was going to really clean it up tonight so I will see it tomorrow. I just feel so bad
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Cant wait to see the pretty poses. I was putting Xxterra on it, the vet gave it to me Sunday. Poor boy has already had such a hard life (he is only 4). I feel like a bad mamma.BO was going to really clean it up tonight so I will see it tomorrow. I just feel so bad
You know that big cut on Kes's eye? Its almost healed...I put triple antibiotic ointment on it for three days, then Corona cream (do you have that in Canada?) every day twice a day...it makes it so the hair grows back and not discolored. If you don't have any Corona up North, let me know I'll send you some, it's a miracle cream!
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Thank you =) it was either Valentino or Zafir, he's a real love bug and he's sooo pretty everyone voted for Valentino lol.
What ingredients did you get for belle? Have you ridden her yet?
oats, molasses,brown sugar, and carrots

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I made the cookies but never turned out like I wanted them too

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post #2798 of 29437 Old 05-19-2012, 04:03 AM
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oats, molasses,brown sugar, and carrots
Don't want to be a wet blanket CW but only small amounts and not to often or you will have a 1000 pound sugar rush on your hands. Hows the riding going. I have been unable to get on the net of late. She who must be obeyed hoggs it, so am not up todate and don't have the time to back track.

Had planned to bowl three sheep tomorrow for the freezer however, she who must be obeyed has arranged for us to go riding in the rain. Have to say yes as Stella needs the work, and we have a cattle drive in a couple of weeks. Hi to all who read this comment. Smile, for you cry alone.
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With Grace good to hear the horse is getting better.
Here is a remady for cuts and the such like on horses and human alike.

From good food stores buy New Zealand Manuka Honey +20 the +20 is for the healing and antibotic rating it has. This stuff really works. On most wounds smare it on and bandage or cover is some way.

For around the eye or areas one can not bandage don't put the horse outside as this honey can attract bees and wasps.

I am not pulling any ones leg recommending this honey for wounds, it does work.
Normal domestic honey is useless as it has had the good stuff processed out of it. New Zealand Manuka Honey is not cheep but worth it and it tasts good on toast as well. It is exported around the world so should be available but may be in specialist stores.

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With Grace good to hear the horse is getting better.
Here is a remady for cuts and the such like on horses and human alike.

From good food stores buy New Zealand Manuka Honey +20 the +20 is for the healing and antibotic rating it has. This stuff really works. On most wounds smare it on and bandage or cover is some way.

For around the eye or areas one can not bandage don't put the horse outside as this honey can attract bees and wasps.

I am not pulling any ones leg recommending this honey for wounds, it does work.
Normal domestic honey is useless as it has had the good stuff processed out of it. New Zealand Manuka Honey is not cheep but worth it and it tasts good on toast as well. It is exported around the world so should be available but may be in specialist stores.

Cheers all
I have read up on the benefits of manuka honey as well! It really does work wonders Grace, and it's all natural which is always a plus in my opinion. I think corona cream is probably like poly-sporin here in Canada. There is only one form of it that can be used on animals, ask your pharmacist they will point you in the right direction. Good luck =)

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