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    Teresa & Mike CHS - Our journal

    Wow - sounds great! I love blue cheese - DH not so much.... :(
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    B&B Happy Goats....journal

    I can only imagine the issues with staying flat...can you say BORING! Have you investigated any of the "face-down" equipment? I think if you can get your doc to state that they are medically necessary that you might have luck getting help with purchasing or renting. Don't quote me on that...
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    Problems with a Lesson Pony

    Terrible lack of judgment in my opinion! Totally agree with you on that.
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    Teresa & Mike CHS - Our journal

    Ya'll are doing this pup a world of good!
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    Problems with a Lesson Pony

    Oh no she didn't! She expects you to keep paying to be abused by HER ill-mannered horse? Nope - no way! She's putting herself and her business in jeopardy by continuing to use this guy. He is a serious liability! I would either refuse to ride this horse again or find a new trainer. This is...
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    B&B Happy Goats....journal

    Actually, DH didn't have to do the face down recovery, thank goodness. We had the whole thing explained to us as a possibility - but luckily his surgery went better than expected. After his vitrectomy they were able to do a laser procedure that negated the necessity to do a face down recovery...
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    B&B Happy Goats....journal

    I think your middle name must be Timex cuz you "take a lickin' and keep on tickin.'" ;)
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    Coffee anyone ?

    Good gracious @Baymule! Glad BJ lost that one fight - he needs to not mess that eye up. On DH's first cataract surgery the lens shifted and he had to go back for a second surgery to nudge it back in place. Not so much fun... I'm practicing being retired today. I'm off until after...
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    WOW. They make you work for it.

    Hi there, and welcome to the group! There's been a recent change in the forum platform and folks are still getting used to it and there have been a few challenges. Hope the rabbits and goats work out for you. Sounds like your chickens are over-achievers!
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    B&B Happy Goats....journal

    Sounds like you've got a good doc - that's pretty darn important! You hang in there! :hugs
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    B&B Happy Goats....journal

    After going through 6 plus eye surgeries with DH (I've actually lost count!) I've gotta tell you to get a good surgeon and give the rest to God! The surgery won't be the worst part - the recovery is going to be challenging. DH has had two vitrectomies...but luckily he never had to do the face...
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    B&B Happy Goats....journal

    So, so, so sorry to hear this. Prayers are definitely with you. :hugs
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    High Desert Cowboy- Life on the old California Trail

    Bro sounds awesome! Glad your son finally decided to come around!
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    Devonviolet Acres

    What she ^ said. Tough decision, but you have to do what is best for your family! I hope perfect homes are available for all your critters. :hugs
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    Separating at feeding time/nutritional needs.

    There are a lot of valid reasons that different individuals within a flock can have different nutritional needs. Young growing animals, pregnant animals, lactating animals for instance. I think the sign of a good flock owner is recognizing that and doing what it takes to meet those needs.
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