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Grazing Muzzles

For the most part, I hate grazing muzzles.  I feel horrible putting them on the horse.  The horses hate them and I feel guilty.  But. . .our horses live on about 30 or 40 acres of grass. It only goes … Continue reading

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Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple Cider Vinegar – I use it for everything.  On myself and for my horses. For the photo above I am in the process of rubbing apple cidar vinegar on this horse’s stomach.  She has this scaly, rainrotty-feeling spot there with … Continue reading

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Leaving

I always hate it when a horse gets moved from one happy home to another home. Horses are so connected to each other and even though they’ve never met before a herd of horses becomes family very quickly. I know there … Continue reading

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Drinking

Summer is the season for cleaning water troughs. When it was really hot, we froze a bunch of cut up apples and put them in the trough for the horses to bob for. It wasn’t easy for them to get. … Continue reading

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A Little Riding

I rarely ride.  I’m a beginner in any arena, but since I had an extra day off on the July 4th weekend, my daughter and her boyfriend decided to ride, so I went along.     I really did ride, … Continue reading

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Grass and Bugs and Summer Lovin

The flys are out in full force these days. Here is an evening sun shot of Remi finding some tasty clover. Major is a master at finding that perfect bite.  Course it seems to be on the other side of … Continue reading

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Summer on the Farm

This week:It’s summer and there are hot days.  Days when it’s nice to spend a little time in the barn away from the heat of the sun, but also with some breezes blowing through. Then again, sometimes the horses are … Continue reading

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