Round Bale Feeders: Article from the Horse

January 3, 2012 14:22 by Jaime
"Round-bale feeder design affected hay waste and feeder payback, but not horse safety, estimated intake, or pen weight change during the feeding period," the team concluded. "The take-home message is a feeder must be used when feeding round bales to horses."
"Round-bale feeder design affected hay waste and feeder payback, but not horse safety, estimated intake, or pen weight change during the feeding period," the team concluded. "The take-home message is a feeder must be used when feeding round bales to horses." [More]

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Happy New Year! Welcome 2012

January 1, 2012 16:47 by Jaime
So welcome 2012. Please be filled with mild weather and absent of bad luck. This time next year, I want to be writing about everything we did.
So welcome 2012. Please be filled with mild weather and absent of bad luck. This time next year, I want to be writing about everything we did. [More]

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It's a White (hat) Christmas!

December 25, 2011 17:02 by Jaime
I just have to give props to my non-horsey boyfriend for the outstanding choice of Christmas presents.  I have wanted a white hat literally for years.  How about a 30x brand new one ready to... [More]

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Playing with the Hive: Day with the Puppies

December 19, 2011 14:43 by Jaime
Yesterday I had the extreme pleasure of heading down to my friend Jodie's and seeing her new baby Australian Shepherd puppies.  As we usuallly do, we had a grand time and filled the day with pupp... [More]

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Playing with the Hive: Day with the Puppies

December 19, 2011 14:43 by Jaime
Yesterday I had the extreme pleasure of heading down to my friend Jodie's and seeing her new baby Australian Shepherd puppies.  As we usuallly do, we had a grand time and filled the day with pupp... [More]

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AQHA Incentive Fund changes for 2012

December 12, 2011 22:13 by Jaime
I believe these changes are outrageous. Can I have a refund, please? I would never have nominated my foals for the first $100 had I known you were going to change the rules midstream. Totally not cool, and I have just added it to the list of reasons that I will not be participating...
I believe these changes are outrageous. Can I have a refund, please? I would never have nominated my foals for the first $100 had I known you were going to change the rules midstream. Totally not cool, and I have just added it to the list of reasons that I will not be participating... [More]

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Resume Builder for Kadence: Weanling Nanny

December 4, 2011 11:59 by Jaime
Unlike these Austrian scientists, I did not think to measure his cortisol levels nor take his weight; however, based on my un-scientific accidental test of their study at home, I would agree with their findings.
Unlike these Austrian scientists, I did not think to measure his cortisol levels nor take his weight; however, based on my un-scientific accidental test of their study at home, I would agree with their findings. [More]

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The modern western pleasure stallion from the untrained eye

December 1, 2011 15:59 by Jaime
I explained that it was really hard for a horse to maintain its rhythm, cadence, flat knee, slow legs and fluid way of going at a super slow speed. It required a combination of correct training, an athletic body, and a nice horse, OR a just superior horse to begin with, but there were many, many good horses out there that looked fantastic at a speed slightly faster than we normally showed them. [More]

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Where Clinton Anderson starts horse training

November 29, 2011 13:36 by Jaime
This week the email title was Training Tip of the Week: A horse's training should begin in the roundpen. My initial response to this was "no, it shouldn't."
This week the email title was Training Tip of the Week: A horse's training should begin in the roundpen. My initial response to this was "no, it shouldn't." [More]

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Youtube for videos of horses for sale

November 28, 2011 21:51 by Jaime
As far as I know, youtube was started as a way for folks to share videos of lots of stuff. It was not originally intended to be one large video marketplace. Why would one assume it was a free online advertising site for horses for sale?
As far as I know, youtube was started as a way for folks to share videos of lots of stuff. It was not originally intended to be one large video marketplace. Why would one assume it was a free online advertising site for horses for sale? [More]

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Youtube for videos of horses for sale

November 28, 2011 21:51 by Jaime
As far as I know, youtube was started as a way for folks to share videos of lots of stuff. It was not originally intended to be one large video marketplace. Why would one assume it was a free online advertising site for horses for sale?
As far as I know, youtube was started as a way for folks to share videos of lots of stuff. It was not originally intended to be one large video marketplace. Why would one assume it was a free online advertising site for horses for sale? [More]

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Thoughts on being reactive versus proactive with horses

November 27, 2011 10:19 by Jaime
I've heard so many people humanize their horses (myself included!) in this situation. Horses rarely (if ever) set out to do something "to you." I am challenging everyone who has....
I've heard so many people humanize their horses (myself included!) in this situation. Horses rarely (if ever) set out to do something "to you." I am challenging everyone who has.... [More]

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