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Re: [RC] [RC] Beaver horse - D'Arcy Demianoff-Thompson

As much as I con't like pipe panels because of casting conditions..they are a better alternative.  And this property is nothing but peeler core and none-climb wire!  And yes, I have two horses that want to eat the wood to the core! 

On Feb 18, 2008 9:32 AM, sherman <sherman@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I kept a friend's beaver horse here for a few years. The horse was
definitely better, hardly chewed, when she was given the supplement
Quitt, AND had something to eat ALL DAY. We fed her a ration of good
quality hay for her nutritional needs in addition to a flake of
something close to straw in nutritional value, at each feeding. The
poorer quality hay wasn't as appetizing, so it lasted all day. She was a
very easy keeper, but wanted to eat constantly.

And pipe corrals work great!


My horse is eating all the trees and wood she can get her hands on...
Any suggestions? This is our first "beaver horse"
Micki and Chris Turney


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D'Arcy L. Demianoff-Thompson

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[RC] Beaver horse, sherman