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post #3331 of 7202 Old 04-29-2012, 07:37 PM
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I am not very familiar with donkeys, but is it normal for the top of an older donkey's neck to hang halfway down the side of their neck? O.o
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post #3332 of 7202 Old 04-29-2012, 10:26 PM
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Ok the donks...seriously...WTH happened to his neck?? What would cause that? Genetic defect, injury, back packs???

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post #3333 of 7202 Old 04-30-2012, 12:01 AM
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It's just a fallen crest. For some reason, they seem to be a bit more common in donkeys than they are in horses. From what I understand, what happens is that the animal stays fat enough to have a cresty neck for so long that the neck just can't support it any longer and it begins to droop/fall to one side or the other.
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post #3334 of 7202 Old 04-30-2012, 03:36 AM
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I have seen fallen crests in horses, never in donks. However, there are like 5 donkeys in my entire state (maybe a few more, but I have never seen them) so I don't know if it occurs more The fallen crests I have seen have all been on fat fat fat geldings.

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post #3335 of 7202 Old 04-30-2012, 09:17 AM
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Oh wow, what a great presentation LOL

pinto colt
pinto colt - $150 (Imlay City)

Date: 2012-04-29, 8:25AM EDT



Quarter/Pony Yearling Colt should be 13 hands

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post #3336 of 7202 Old 04-30-2012, 09:21 AM
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Oh wow, what a great presentation LOL

pinto colt
pinto colt - $150 (Imlay City)

Date: 2012-04-29, 8:25AM EDT



Quarter/Pony Yearling Colt should be 13 hands
You know some of these adds have to many things wrong to just pick a couple and run with them....
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post #3337 of 7202 Old 04-30-2012, 09:28 AM
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Wow...that should end up on ParentFails.com. It's a great site if you're ever questioning your parenting skills. Will make you feel much better.
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post #3338 of 7202 Old 04-30-2012, 09:30 AM
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LOL I know right?! Is that supposed to be his stall, or are they just trying to prove how calm he is...or...??? I have no idea

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post #3339 of 7202 Old 04-30-2012, 09:32 AM
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??? Perhaps have a goal in mind for this "farm" at all? Kinda scares me. Could be a trader or even worse, a meat buyer.
ISO Horses and Horse Tack
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I am in search of horses and horse tack, saddles, etc. Wanting to put horses on my farm in kentucky. I have a farm in ky and need to turn some horses out on it. So if you have some unwanted horses I would be interested in talking to you about them. 865-659-2214 I also am looking for saddles or any tack that you may have.
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post #3340 of 7202 Old 04-30-2012, 09:51 AM
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This is about training, but OMG! I can barely read it. Googled the number and found nothing but bad info on these people.
professional horse braking
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i have been braking horses for a very long time i have broke alot of horses that actually have never been touched before and after i was done with them any body could ride theses horses i have a very large and nice facility were i train them i dont belive in hitting your horses or jerking on there mouths thats not how your train them and you dont gain respect of your horse by doing so this process is usaully a 30 day session and your garunteed to have a horse that anybody can ride when you get it back we also have a 60 days training session you can do what ever you prefer depending on your horse the 30 day session is 650 dollars witch includes hay and feed for the 30 days along with extensive training each day and garunteed to have a dead broke horse when you get ot back i have been showing all my life and working with horse since i was a little boy your horse will be treated like one of my own while its at my facility so come and bring your wild horses or your not broke horses and lets turn them into good riding horses for more info call brandon at 423 506 5205 thanks

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