|kim_angel ||04-08-2008 12:23 PM |
Do you fence with barbed wire?
Do you use barbed wire fencing for your horses?
I wish people would think about this for a moment... how dangerous it is for their horse.
My sister lost her Cream Draft gelding many years ago to a barbed wire injury. I have been preaching the evils of it ever since - yet some people dont take it seriously.
If you dont think its a problem or if you think its a.o.k. cause other people use it - then please read Fugly Horse of the Day blog today.
There are graphic pictures so please use your discretion whether or not you want to click the link:
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|JustDressageIt ||04-08-2008 12:54 PM |
No I don't, and no I won't ever. It's stupid, even if the strands are tight.
|PoptartShop ||04-08-2008 01:07 PM |
Nope! It is definitely very dangerous. :(
|love-a-hero ||04-09-2008 06:21 PM |
And the same goes with goat fencing. Iv seen a horses hoof taken clean off because it got isnt foot stuck in one of the holes.
Im lucky, we have Pine round rails, with electric tape in the middle (of the gap)
|free_sprtd ||04-09-2008 07:09 PM |
|SonnyWimps ||04-11-2008 11:17 AM |
I do not and would not support any boarding facility that used barbed wire or had any on their property. It's dangerous for the horses and cause so many problems
|Vidaloco ||04-11-2008 11:46 AM |
Sadly to say we do have some barbed wire left in our big pasture. We are in the process of replacing it all. We have barbless on one side and barbed on the other 3. We just got all our brace/corner posts replaced last fall and hopefully will get the other 3 sides done ASAP. We have woven wire horse fence in the dry lot. I'd like to put it around the pasture but the cost is pretty high, we'll have to stick with the barbless for now. We replaced all the corners with steel pipe. Termites are such a factor here that wood doesn't last long enough.
|Rachluvshorses4eva ||04-11-2008 06:41 PM |
Well, I prolly wouldn't. I would really hate it if my horse had an accendent and it died slowing, causing bleeding. A lot of people do it though, and they're horses have never been hurt. But there is always a first time...
|Britt ||04-17-2008 11:48 PM |
We have barbed wire... but it's not my choice to make. If I could change to hotwire, I most DEFINATELY WOULD... I hate barbed wire... I've been cut by it so many times and barbed wire cuts SCAR no matter what...
|Harlee rides horses ||04-19-2008 04:45 PM |
I disagree to the usage of barbed wire for horses, especially young ones who haven't learned better.
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