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    08-19-2012, 04:37 AM
  #5021
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Neem oil has any one tried it from the inside out. Could it be used as an oral medication that will it come out in the skin. There is food for thought but who is going to try it.

I could put some in she who must be's feed bag tomorrow when I cook dinner as a trial. Maybe it will permiate via the skin doing the same job without the need to wash the horse. Anyone heard of it being taken oraly and working.
     
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    08-19-2012, 04:50 AM
  #5022
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A long haired guy walked into the local welfare office to pick up his dole cheque. He marched straight up to the counter and said, 'Hi. You know, I just HATE drawing the dole. I'd really rather have a job.'

The welfare girl behind the counter said, ' Your timing is excellent, Sir..' 'We have just received a job opening from a very wealthy old man who wants a chauffeur and bodyguard for his beautiful daughter. You'll have to drive around in his 2012 Mercedes-Benz CL, and he will supply all of your clothes. Because of the long hours, meals will be provided. You'll also be
Expected to escort the daughter on her overseas holiday trips.

This is rather awkward to say but you will also have as part of your job assignment to satisfy her sexual urges as the daughter is in her mid-20's and has a rather strong sex drive. A two-bedroom loft type apartment with plasma TV, stereo, bar, etc. located above the garage will be designated for your sole use and the salary is $200,000 a year. '

The guy plain wide-eyed, said, ' You're bullsh*tin' me!
The welfare worker replied, ' Yeah, well. . You xxxxx started it..


Sorry.
     
    08-19-2012, 06:39 AM
  #5023
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Stan, I can asure you that the chickens are not laughing, they are really peed off!
Now, the turkeys are another matter. They are to big to fit in the skip so I have to catch them up and drive them into their hut - which I built at great expense and time ill spared and the devils rarely ever use it. I put the mix in the back pack sprayer and just let rip at them. That takes the gobble out of their wattles and Thaddeus, the stag, is most indignant about the whole thing. Even grapes do not pacify him for several days. Guess it is a bit like she who must and you!

As for the D-tox, there are several on the market but this has to be the best. I would fill several pages of what it has helped and even saved. The basic ingredient is grape pip along with many other herbs and things. All natural.

If I have a cold coming or feel under the weather I take it and it kicks a cold into touch. One friend takes it daily and since she has she has come off all medications for Hepatitis B & C. Her counts are just a tad higher than normal but well within safety range.

I promise you that if it has life in it then D-tox gets shoved down its throat!
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    08-19-2012, 10:15 AM
  #5024
Green Broke
Hahahahaha thanks Stan I needed that today!
     
    08-19-2012, 11:10 AM
  #5025
Trained
Good one Stan
     
    08-19-2012, 03:12 PM
  #5026
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Originally Posted by Foxhunter    
Stan, I can asure you that the chickens are not laughing, they are really peed off!
Now, the turkeys are another matter. They are to big to fit in the skip so I have to catch them up and drive them into their hut - which I built at great expense and time ill spared and the devils rarely ever use it. I put the mix in the back pack sprayer and just let rip at them. That takes the gobble out of their wattles and Thaddeus, the stag, is most indignant about the whole thing. Even grapes do not pacify him for several days. Guess it is a bit like she who must and you!

As for the D-tox, there are several on the market but this has to be the best. I would fill several pages of what it has helped and even saved. The basic ingredient is grape pip along with many other herbs and things. All natural.

If I have a cold coming or feel under the weather I take it and it kicks a cold into touch. One friend takes it daily and since she has she has come off all medications for Hepatitis B & C. Her counts are just a tad higher than normal but well within safety range.

I promise you that if it has life in it then D-tox gets shoved down its throat!
I have located a supplier in NZ but he has not imported it as yet, and it will take 4 weeks or so to get here. I have decided to order it but will have to use another probiotic in the mean time. Might help she who must when she gets a cold if not it will still be a good experament. And folks because I joke about she who must be obeyed does not mean I don't care, it is a self preservation method learnt over many many years of servitude. Must be love, has to be, i'm to old for lust.
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    08-19-2012, 08:43 PM
  #5027
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Originally Posted by Stan    
I had fogotten about the saddle and you are right. She who must would grab it, of that I have no doubt. That on its own is reason enough to put away the shot gun and continue with medication of one course or another. The shampoo is also on the buy list. Thanks for that, and saving my saddle
Stan, you're most welcome. I had no doubt that despite your talk of shotguns and such, you and Stella are going to be around for a long time to get a great deal of use out of your/her saddle, if and when "she" returns it. I know you would look forward to that and reminding you of that happy time is what friends are for.
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    08-19-2012, 10:55 PM
  #5028
Yearling
Hi all..

Exhausting, scary day...but first I should share, I did pass my final and graduate from my first half of equine massage school, and can now practice and register my business. Have to go back for another 150 hours for my state to certify me and take a national cert test in April, and enrolled while I was there and have already started my studies. I love it, it is exactly what I had hoped it would be.

So, this morning was the first time in a week I saw Kes. Her wounds have healed nicely, my horse sitter did a great job of taking care of her. But, she would not turn around in her stall to look at me. She normally makes a lot of noise when I pull up and wants to come out. I go in and scratch her, give her some love and bring her out to the cross ties. She is doing the "fleming" thing with her lips, over and over and has not ever done this before. I palpate some areas on her, find her glutes are sore, and massage those, and find the area around her SI joints sore too. Ah ha, she is in heat. I've not seen her in heat before, so this is new to me. I give her a nice massage to make her comfortable. After the massage she is still fleming, and now is kicking with her back legs and reaching around to bite at her trunk. I assume she has some fly bites, and is in heat. I clean her stall and put her away (shes still lame on front left foot, no riding.) I go chat with a friend at the barn, 30 minutes max. Go back to Kes to say my goodbyes, and she's in a full on colic! Laying down, getting up, thrashing her legs, kicking the walls. My trainer comes out, give Bannamine, and we watch. No improvement, call vet out. I hand walk for a couple hours before she gets there. Kes has impaction, vet pulls out stuff, then tubes her. She's going to be ok, but over the next three days is on rest, with limited food. Scary, scary thing to go through.

What this also means is that I have to scratch our breed show :( I know, her health and her well being is most important, and my horse was saved today. I am relieved. But I am sooo disappointed, this is the last show of the year, and we will now miss it. I'm really glad my trainer had us go to that show two weekends ago, it ends up it is the only show we make this season.

Anways, there's once again another tramatic day of me and Kes. Feeling like that's all I've had since I bought her. Love her dearly, will never part with her, but the amount of stress this girl has brought to my life over the last four months has been crazy. I know there is a reason that God brought her into my life, must be that I have the capacity to deal with her. But geeze, this first time horse owner is being baptized by fire.

Welcome newbies! Will be excited to learn more about you and your horses.
Stan - I know how tempting it is to try out a new shot gun, but please buy your self a box of clay pigeons instead of using Stella for target practice.
Fox - feel better soon!!
Hunter - hows the pony adjusting to life back at the barn?
CW - hoping to hear of a scheduled lesson soon...

Grabbing a glass of wine now, and going to relax with a good book, tonight its "Horsewatching".
     
    08-19-2012, 11:34 PM
  #5029
Weanling
Good evening everyone, welcome to all the newbies

Grace: oh my god, thank goodness Kes is ok ! My BO had 2 of her horses colic last week, I would go loopy if that happened to my Sapphira, it's my biggest fear....Congratulations on passing your first set of exams

CW: when is your next lesson?

Fox: I'm glad mush is doing better, I saw those pics that you posted in your other thread, holy goryness!!! Can neem oil be used as a fly spray equivalent or does it smell too nasty?

Stan: LOVE the jokes, keep them coming!!

On to my day(s), went to the barn last night, and decided to let my sassy (my nickname for Sapphira) one out loose in one of the paddocks since she did not get turnout. She.went.nuts. Bucking squealing jumping spinning, I believe she thought she was running in the kentucky derby. Brought her back in, she was blowing hard, walked her around and cooled her down and hand grazed her for awhile.

On to today, she was a doll, did some lunge work with her, we had 2 come to jesus moments, and then she was a dream to lunge, we are still working on transitioning back to a walk, but she has WOAH YOU CRAZY $*%@@ down to a fine art. She is learning, she is ALOT more relaxed when I'm working with her now, just need to sort out the head tossing when I ride her, I know it's me, having my lesson tomorrow i'm sure my trainer will sort me out lmao!
     
    08-20-2012, 01:37 AM
  #5030
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With Grace glad to hear your studies are now on the verge of reaping rewards. Kes, now that horse is giving you as much stress as Stella does to me. But the shotgun is not reserved for a horse. Like you I to will get her well. I did buy clay targets today just for practice.

Your kes seems to be in need of you at present, so take coffee for those night sittings. Good luck and our thoughts are with you and kes.
     

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