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  1. In our county, we have been told (by the...

    In our county, we have been told (by the sheriff's office), that if we want to be able to pursue trespassing laws if someone comes up the drive who should not, that we put up a small no trespassing...
  2. How is a small no trespassing sign escalating...

    How is a small no trespassing sign escalating anything? It makes them aware they are walking down a private road which apparently these people do not know.
  3. Put up a no trespassing sign where the boundary...

    Put up a no trespassing sign where the boundary begins.
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    Give her the finger? I mean the injured one of...

    Give her the finger? I mean the injured one of course. ;).
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    Here are some horse hotels in Georgia. I think it...

    Here are some horse hotels in Georgia. I think it is too long in the projected kind of heat and you all need a break in between.
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  6. WB Mom, do you know anyone who has an infrared...

    WB Mom, do you know anyone who has an infrared laser device, maybe even GameReady that you could use on the inflamed tissue? If I were close, I would lend you my Microlight Laser, it really helps...
  7. I was not suggesting that Native Warm grasses...

    I was not suggesting that Native Warm grasses were in Montana or the Pacific NW, although, if you checked, the Eastern part of Washington State is hot, so, if it were viable in warm weather, it would...
  8. I have to say you must not be following the new...

    I have to say you must not be following the new fescue developed which is endophyte free, the so called "toxin". I do not know of a great revamping of pasturelands with native grasses. Certainly...
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    What is funny is that OP has dropped out...

    What is funny is that OP has dropped out altogether, clearly plot twist has been solved.
  10. Not true, fescue was developed to allow for...

    Not true, fescue was developed to allow for nearly all season grazing because it would withstand heavy traffic whether it was for horses or cattle, the US seeded 30 million acres during the...
  11. Law suit, but more to the point, why? She is...

    Law suit, but more to the point, why? She is getting a board meeting with them to discuss, why leap to lie first before recommending a full discussion? This is why so many organizations have trouble,...
  12. OP, I sent you a pm about the copper deficiency...

    OP, I sent you a pm about the copper deficiency and what I did for a very bad sweet itch case but I found a website that has a little more info. Second link is most interesting re: iron deficiency as...
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    The personal attacks are why the Off Topic got...

    The personal attacks are why the Off Topic got shut down. Is it at all possible that it people can stop it and discuss like adults?

    Until this country gets a real jobs program, starting with...
  14. I would check the vocal chords, I had a friend...

    I would check the vocal chords, I had a friend who lost his voice, some kind of paralysis of vocal chords. His therapy? Don't want to freak you out, but he could not talk for months. His voice is...
  15. I cannot find that Facebook page, can you post...

    I cannot find that Facebook page, can you post him to it?
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    Really interesting. By the way, it was Harry de...

    Really interesting. By the way, it was Harry de Leyer who found and developed Sinjon early on. George nonchalantly says Czar d'Esprit could jump 6'7" flatfooted! Someone once told me there was a...
  17. There was a reason that the other grasses were...

    There was a reason that the other grasses were developed, chief among them is how well cattle and horses do on them and how hardy they are, we are not raising deer. The native grass people are like...
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    Right. Someone who loves attention but that was...

    Right. Someone who loves attention but that was already a given since the first thread said something about needing "comforting".
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    Unorthodox riding style, he always had to throw...

    Unorthodox riding style, he always had to throw his head away because that is how the horse jumped best.
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    If you read who she introduced the foal to, there...

    If you read who she introduced the foal to, there is no mention of any other horses. I am almost afraid to open up the thread to hear the foal has had a catastrophic injury. I am sorry to say but...
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    Does the owner have the ability to get a nuclear...

    Does the owner have the ability to get a nuclear scan? I think there may be a chip in that shoulder. Is that area still sweating?
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    He is alone, chickens don't make good companions...

    He is alone, chickens don't make good companions for just weaned 9 month old foals.
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    Harry de Leyer and Snowman documentary

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hhk0sbAkOk8
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    If you cannot find a road commissioner, contact...

    If you cannot find a road commissioner, contact the county commissioner or go to the county's tax office, they will have the maps there and someone to explain to you what you need to know. Next time...
  25. No, they were both bred as slave controlling...

    No, they were both bred as slave controlling dogs, and more to the point, are very human aggressive, as far as I am concerned they are the most dangerous of all of the breeds and the most...
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