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  • Re: Horse chewing fence

    Interesting about the virtual battery thing & good to know - I love that companies have a way of tiwsting things so consumers believe they are getting something they are not =:- / I'm one of those who researches everything before I buy - of course it doesn't guarantee that I won't get scammed but at least I'm informed LOL!
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by HRSEPLA on 12-09-2011
  • Re: Feeding an older horse

    Hi, There is research that suggests that rice bran has toxic levels of inorganic arsenic (from pesticides) arsenic also occurs naturally (organic arsenic) and rice is more susceptible to organic arsenic from the earth due to the way it's cultivated in paddies -so there has been concern about rice bran and arsenic due to the fact that it has higher levels of naturally occurring arsenic than other types of grains. That said regardless of the arsenic it is the RICE BRAN that is good for putting
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by HRSEPLA on 12-09-2011
  • Re: Horse chewing fence

    Hi, This is a continuation of my first reply... Our solar chargers last about two and half weeks without sun once they have been initially charged - We use Gallagher - solar energizers but I'm sure other brands will do the same. We live in Maine & have one that uses a 12 volt rechargeable battery and one that uses a 6 volt and have never had a problem. We use the smaller one as it is more portable for changing fence lines but it charges up to 10 miles of fencing and holds a charge just as
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by HRSEPLA on 12-03-2011
  • Re: Horse chewing fence

    Howdy, I was just elaborating on my first post to the orginal poster, I hope you didn't think I was being rude to you about the solar chargers. I just wanted to offer her more info and I didn't have time to write all of that at the time of my first post. Any hoo - I have not heard of 'virtual batteries' - interesting - I'll have to look that one up. Always something new =:->
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by HRSEPLA on 12-03-2011
  • Re: Horse chewing fence

    How about a solar fence charger - that's all we use - works great - easy to install...
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by HRSEPLA on 11-30-2011
  • Re: sap removal

    Right - O - Vetrolin is another good one - I use that one my all white dog after he rolls in deer poop YUK -what a stink and stain - it's the only product that gets it out - It's a bit more work than the Miracle Coat - but if you have a really tough stain it's good. As you can see in my Avatar I have a Paint (Banjo) - with plenty of white - just caught him on a good day for that photo - he usually looks like my other horse (Charles) so I'm quite familiar with the cleaning issues!
    Posted to Horse Care (Forum) by HRSEPLA on 09-23-2011
  • Re: The NibbleNet

    Hi, Sorry about your horse - hope she'll be OK =;-> Just another hay feeder share - I always feed hay using the small mesh (slow feeder) hay bags - we hang them low enough so the horses don't have to reach up and get hay in their eyes - usually they are hung on the stall bars or one of these rings (nice and sturdy) screwed into the wall - or post on a post and beam barn or a fence rail/post when outside. The hay bags are $14.00 at Dover Saddlery and Cicks saddlery has some for $10.00 they
    Posted to Horse Care (Forum) by HRSEPLA on 09-22-2011
  • Re: The NibbleNet

    Ooops! it should say Chicks saddlery not Cicks missed the 'h' - Also I just read the other posts and I see someone else alreay posted about the nets...
    Posted to Horse Care (Forum) by HRSEPLA on 09-22-2011
  • Re: sap removal

    Hi, I know this is an older post - but butter ,margarine, or any oil like olive oil or a natural spray cooking oil will take it out. Just rub it in wipe it off then spot clean with an equine waterless cleaner to get the oil residue off. Works for me. When I was a kid I was in the woods a lot and my dogs, my horses & me got pine pitch on us all the time and my grandmother told my mom about the butter thing. I've been using it ever since - even works on cars without removing the paint!
    Posted to Horse Care (Forum) by HRSEPLA on 09-22-2011
  • Re: sap removal

    Hi, I use Miracle Coat Waterless Horse Shampoo - Good for spot cleaning. Just don't over spray or it foams up too much - most all the waterless ones do - so start with a little if you ever use it. I have also used tea tree oil for sticky stuff but it's expensive. I just read all the other posts and I see you figuerd how to remove the sap- anything oil based would work - I love Cowboy Magic - if it happens a lot though a bottle of veggie oil is more wallet friendly than CM LOL!
    Posted to Horse Care (Forum) by HRSEPLA on 09-22-2011
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