About horses and horse ownership by two women who own horses and live in the midwest of the United States.
Poor girl!! I so know what it feels like to have all that good "food"/grass right there in front of you and you are not aloud to eat it. Sigh........
Oh how I feel her pain! I need to be kept out of the pasture (refrigerator) too! ha! I'm trying to slim down two of my ponies and they just hold onto that weight like mad. I mowed some of my pasture a couple days ago. Do they make Slimfast for horses????Love the pictures of your goats and other critters. Is that a cat in the mix of dogs?? Yes, it does look like he is smiling! How many goats do you have and what are their names? Wish I could have some here but the town fathers would frown on it. Good grief!
Now how would you feel if someone locked the door between you and the kitchen, eh? Poor deprived horse...who happens to be looking a lot better since the "torture" began. *G* You are a good mom. Honest.
We're using the grazing muzzle this summer. I put a big carrot into it as I put it on her head. She really hates it I know, but she also hates being left in the paddock...sigh...no perfect answer.
I'm going to have to lock my horses out of the only grassy field we have because they've discovered the cherry trees.Your tape fences are so nice and neat!I like the music.www.GreenerPastures--ACityGirlGoesCountry.blogspot.com
I feel for your poor girl! Her and I are in the same boat, we love our food and are easy keepers. Damn our metabolisms all to hell!!*sigh*
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