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Date:7/23/2014 1:01:31 AM
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Hi, sorry I'm so behind on my blogs. I've got some exciting not a new horse,lol. I've been made into a Supervisor on! I am in charge of all categories Equine. I was made a 'Super' after showing , as they put it. " An extremely high knowledge of horses, horse care, training, and breeding practices." So now I'm going through their training/mentoring program, I'm learning to do all kinds of stuff on the site that I couldn't do before. The only 'down side' is that it's a volunteer position and I don't get paid for my services, but it's still an honor to be asked to do it. I'm really excited about this as it is something else I can now put on my job Resume. I also have a question for anyone who can answer it. I was looking at various types of horse bedding, pine shavings seem to be the most affordable in my area. But what I'd like to know is how much of your stall(s) do you bed? How deeply do you bed the stalls? And how much bedding do you seem to go through in one years time? I'm trying to get a rough estimate of what I would need exactly for in the hopefully not too distant future.Thanks for any help you can give.

How is Pride adjusting to being a gelding?
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