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Originally Posted by ozexpat View Post

i dont know

I have not gone there
we need to know damt
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Lol
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Originally Posted by bamadude View Post


we need to know damt

repost on the Philippines thread LOL


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A wife & 2  kids we ADOPTED in the Phils wee.gif.  immigrant chooks, all sorts of poultry goats & a water buffalo. 

 

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****OUR WEBSITE****    

 

 ++Egg Shippers Please Read++       Hatching 101 by Sally Sunshine 

 

A wife & 2  kids we ADOPTED in the Phils wee.gif.  immigrant chooks, all sorts of poultry goats & a water buffalo. 

 

want to help some needy people and have an adventure? - check out "The Chicken Mission

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post #33964 of 33968
Lol.
Never been to Phil jail...yet
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Originally Posted by bamadude View Post

Lol.
Never been to Phil jail...yet

is jail thread specific?


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 ++Egg Shippers Please Read++       Hatching 101 by Sally Sunshine 

 

A wife & 2  kids we ADOPTED in the Phils wee.gif.  immigrant chooks, all sorts of poultry goats & a water buffalo. 

 

want to help some needy people and have an adventure? - check out "The Chicken Mission

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****OUR WEBSITE****    

 

 ++Egg Shippers Please Read++       Hatching 101 by Sally Sunshine 

 

A wife & 2  kids we ADOPTED in the Phils wee.gif.  immigrant chooks, all sorts of poultry goats & a water buffalo. 

 

want to help some needy people and have an adventure? - check out "The Chicken Mission

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post #33966 of 33968
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Originally Posted by ozexpat View Post

is jail thread specific?
Ive tried alot of jails...Im trying to steer clear of them all. It would suck to have something translated wrong....The last thing I would ever want to do...would be to offend any1.
post #33967 of 33968
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Originally Posted by Peep_Show View Post

 

Stallion Bluesong babysitting the weanlings  (Mr. Mom)

Blue as a 2 y.o.  (Bluespruce Tanzeer x WN Nadia's Song - closest blood sibling to uber-champion WN Ultimate Star... and Blue had better legs)

GG Samirs Melody w/Blue's colt

Best riding mare La Morena w/Blue's filly

 

That's why I said they can break your heart.  And agreed that mini's are the worst for pregnancy and delivery....  I've seen mares at a friend's farm turned out for exercise into the pasture trip on a sprinkler and lose the baby...  so sad.   Another friend had welsh ponies that had horrific foaling problems... After two fatals in a row she opted out of horse breeding.  I had one orphan foal that we had to C-section out of the mare (ruptured cecum).  The mare was a grand old lady of Crabbet lineage.  The baby spent a month at UCD foal NICU.  She was delivered close to full term (and weighed a whopping 105 lbs at birth) but had blood poisoning complications.  Out of 52 babies at the NICU that year mine and a mini were the only ones to walk out.  

 

Horses for being so big and noble are incredibly fragile creatures. 

Your horses have amazing top lines....  One of my pet peeves with modern arabians...  I have a friend that through a lesson program was able to buy a Crabbet mare for her first horse.  They didnt know what they had...

 

Pete Mc Niel had his horses here in El Cajon I had a friend that went to work for him as a groom and exercise person... 

 

My Marc was half arab.  his daddy was Marki a pretty much unknown arab stallion but he had a great top line and thats what i needed for crossing my Standardbred mare.  He was one of those that was born black with white legs and white mane and tail.  He eventually turned a very very very dark grey as a breeding stallion...  Bold Dapples.    Of course he went white eventually.  That color gene was skipped on my colt.

 

Who was the fellow showing your stallion halter...  He looks familiar.

 

deb

deb always learning  I will get it done "After coffee before Spring"

Water management discussion      Coop rebuild 

Regarding the horses in our lives

 

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deb always learning  I will get it done "After coffee before Spring"

Water management discussion      Coop rebuild 

Regarding the horses in our lives

 

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post #33968 of 33968

Oz, I was going to ask the same as Bama. They look pretty delicious.

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"Quid quid latine dictum sit, altum viditur."

 

The hot composting thread - The Scandin-Avian Coop - The hemp bedding experiment

 

Egg production statistics

 

The Cold Folks Home - Don't forget your long johns!

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