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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 I treat my wounds?

From my experience depends on the wounds. Sounds you most likely just have some abrasions (your classic scrap). I recommend cleaning it out by scrubbing with an antimicrobial soap and water. Yes it... Read More »
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How to Heal Old Wounds?

It doesn’t seem to always matter if you broke up with someone a year or a decade ago. If you haven’t taken the time to heal from old wounds, you may be harboring negative emotions that are stor... Read More »
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