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    We used to plat ours on the edge of the yard and let it go wild. After 2-3 years it had spread and there was a LOT of it.
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    I suspect we are ALL sorry for your troubles, lady.
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    You didn't REALLY want to leave, did you? :)
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    Horses with uveitus react that way. Sunlight is painful for them.
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    Truth. The horse is pretty good at letting you know when its time. if you "listen".
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    My last one was put down in a stock trailer then transported to the grave out of town.
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    I'll second that thought. PD.
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    You can also fasten bells to whichever one of the horses she gets along with best, for something to follow. They learn boundaries pretty fast.
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    He looks better compared to the last pics
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    I shall miss your pictures of the young ladies and their faithful steeds. It always cheered me up.
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    Entirely NOT your fault. Nothing you could have done would have helped him. Professional help is what he needed.
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    Aggressive cows can kill people. Please be careful.
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    It is a great thing to be able to work with someone so willing to learn, isnt it?
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    I guess because most of us guys can do a presentable chili.
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    Thousands of horses live their entire lives without ever getting it cleaned....