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 Wounds in Horses?

Answer At some point in equine ownership, almost everyone will face treating a wound on her horse. Equine wounds tend to fall into three main categories: Abrasions, lacerations and punctures. While an own... Read More »
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How to Collect Breyer Horses or Other Model Horses?

A Breyer Classic MustangThis is how to start collecting Breyer or any kind of model horse.This article features How to display and how to keep them in good condition.
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Why do some horses eat other horses manure?

Manure is just processed grass or hay. Horses will do this for a few reasons. They are bored, hungry, need some sort of mineral and are trying to satisfy the need. It may just smell appetizing to t... Read More »
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How do you use chlorpactin in wounds?

It's possible to obtain the names of the 14,838 US Marines who perished in Vietnam; but it may prove to be a daunting task to obtain the names of the remaining 375,000 US Marines that fought in the... Read More »
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Why do wounds stay red?

It could be an indication of Liver infections, such as hepatitis Biliary cirrhosis Gallstones Anatomic abnormalities of the intestines or bile ducts present at birth (congenital) Inborn errors of ... Read More »
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