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Date:7/24/2014 3:14:27 AM
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How was the show?
We left a vote, just waiting to hear back from Sterly's Vet. We have talked with her nutritionist and with another vet that specializes in feed issues. I have learned a lot thru this ordeal. Chaffehaye and Haylage are not readily available in our area for horses,seems dairy farms use it, but botulinum is a concern for horses as far as chopped hay and hay pellets these products are more popular in areas where hay is not plentiful, we have tons of hay, in fact my brother trucks hay to the Southern States every week. We are on HOLD, I'm thinking it is up to Sterly, we still have some time before she has NO GRASS. Thanks for the prayers and positive thoughts, Love Donna Lee
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