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[RC] keep it simple - DreamWeaver

I think in the beginning I tried too hard. In reality, what I have found thru a lot of trail and error is that less is usually best. Like Ed said -- the KISS method. I think that we do too much and think we have to do some things that we really don't need to do, like feeding high $ feeds, or adding this and that. I now know if I am bringing along a young horse and he isn't keeping weight that there are other ways to correct the problem than to simply shove every kind of fancy new feed and supplement at him. It is very seldom the horses fault. (for whatever problem we, the human---has caused)

Karen
in NV


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