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    I make tons of pickles every year and never can...

    I make tons of pickles every year and never can any of them - canning ruins good pickles! :)

    Tzatziki is another good suggestion - something like this recipe:...
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    Agree -- check with local rescues and talk to...

    Agree -- check with local rescues and talk to your vet about this. They should have some local ideas that will help. Please don't just post him on a website somewhere...he is going to need a...
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    Eh....disagree with the above (my bold). Any...

    Eh....disagree with the above (my bold). Any statistics to back this up?

    I do agree that kids raised in a two-income family are more likely to do well - assuming that the two people are happy...
  4. I think you missed the part about the OP being a...

    I think you missed the part about the OP being a professional cyclist. She's not simply dragging another sport into the thread. (Or at least working in the world of professional cycling, if not as a...
  5. As a small barn owner, I would never offer...

    As a small barn owner, I would never offer anything other than full service -- BUT, if you can find a good boarder, you can give them some "barn manager" responsibilities for a board discount, or...
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    http://www.ct-botanical-society.org/galleries/vici...

    http://www.ct-botanical-society.org/galleries/viciacrac.html

    It's a weed, but edible...grows in a lot of pasture areas but easy to keep at bay by mowing. We have a lot of it on the edges of...
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    I like the idea of the bucket - although I'd give...

    I like the idea of the bucket - although I'd give a horse water bucket - but for tools, not grooming stuff (since most horse people already have that). Some WD-40, Duct Tape, bee spray, safety knife...
  8. To be honest, your first decision should be about...

    To be honest, your first decision should be about the shape of the boot and making sure it matches the shape of the hoof. Then figure out which choices you have that will fit. If you are lucky and...
  9. My husband and I adopted our sibling girls from...

    My husband and I adopted our sibling girls from Russia in 2003. They were 18 months and just almost 5 years old at the time.

    I believe the homestudy process is the same for all types of adoption...
  10. Thread: Coyotes

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    I agree with this - I think your pig is pretty...

    I agree with this - I think your pig is pretty safe, given the fact that it is an animal that lives outside. A 7ft fence around a 50lb animal is a reasonably safe setup. If it was a 4' fence around...
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    I've sold a saddle with PayPal and had no...

    I've sold a saddle with PayPal and had no trouble. I wouldn't necessarily be afraid to use PayPal for a transaction in the future. The weird part about this is the "private courier" service...who...
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    Redefine "dead lame" for us, then. I think of...

    Redefine "dead lame" for us, then. I think of dead lame as nearly 3-legged...and would actually think more likely an abscess than a bruise unless it was a significant bruising injury (e.g. came down...
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    Yes. Nasty little bloodsuckers. They are...

    Yes. Nasty little bloodsuckers. They are unrelenting. Get some SWAT and use liberally...it really is the best product for this issue.
  14. Thread: More teen drama

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    I agree. What does your daughter think of the...

    I agree. What does your daughter think of the boyfriend? Does she think he is a drug dealer? Does he think he treats her friend well? Have you talked about what an abusive relationship looks...
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    I rode at a barn where all the horses had thrush...

    I rode at a barn where all the horses had thrush to some degree - their stalls were "cleaned" every day, but they were still not clean to my standards. Bedding is expensive, but when skimped on,...
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    I think you are referring to a "hot nail"? I...

    I think you are referring to a "hot nail"? I have only had this once - and once the farrier pulled the nail, it made a huge difference...maybe going to 95% normal. So I soaked 2-3 times in Epsom...
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    Yes, I feel the same way. My horses have 24/7...

    Yes, I feel the same way. My horses have 24/7 turnout but they all have a stall, and they tend to stand in their stalls all day long this time of year because it's shady and there are fans in them. ...
  18. I think you're projecting your personal opinions...

    I think you're projecting your personal opinions into this thread way too much. :rolleyes:

    But, as long as we're giving our personal opinions - in my opinion, ear pinning is nothing more or less...
  19. :( Well, good that she is at the clinic. Has she...

    :( Well, good that she is at the clinic. Has she been on antibiotics, or is this new? (You mention "stronger" antibiotics but I didn't realize she had been on them already).

    Jingling for you...
  20. Just because he doesn't act (or supposedly he...

    Just because he doesn't act (or supposedly he doesn't act) the same doesn't necessarily mean that he's a bully. More likely the trainer groomed him once or twice, and didn't see anything out of the...
  21. Waah can't see your video! :) It says...

    Waah can't see your video! :) It says unavailable.

    So fun! I had the opportunity to help evaluate a litter recently...well, I say help but really I hosted the evaluation at my house and took...
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    Bug bite. We get 3-4 of them a year like this in...

    Bug bite. We get 3-4 of them a year like this in our herd. Not sure what bug it is, but a few weeks ago we had 2 on one horse and one on the other. Doesn't seem to hurt them, or itch.

    And, most...
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    I agree that I would start by looking at his...

    I agree that I would start by looking at his food; even if fed a high quality diet if there is an intolerance to a particular ingredient it may make the dog smell.

    Being intact doesn't make them...
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    Oh I thought the idea of changing it to something...

    Oh I thought the idea of changing it to something similar was just a little hint to people who had seen her show before, not for the mare. I have one mare that definitely knows her name (the TB, aka...
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    There is nothing wrong with using bleach; half of...

    There is nothing wrong with using bleach; half of our country lives on chlorinated water, so it won't hurt your horses. But, if you don't rinse it very well, the horses may not like the taste, which...
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