#trailer & #barn kit #hurricane season #firstaid Horse first aid | part 4 – Hurricane Videos

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Taraboo
Is a double registered breeding stock paint and palomino. I have own since 2004. She’s an all purpose horse she’s been shown competitive competition as in barrel racing and team penning and ranch a sorting. When she was 19 months old she contracted West Nile it took four months to come back to her 100% young self. A year ago July 7,18 is when she had her accident. She was running up the hill one of her pasture mates pushing her into the fenceline and ending up in the cattle fence it was horrible to see her like that and there’s nothing I can do at the time she eventually Free herself from the fenceline. My mind was to run to get fence cuter and my truck.as soon as I was 50 ft away from her she got out of the fence and she ran to up me.My Veterinary told me I did the best things from walking away. It could’ve been worse in the fence post kept her elevated long enough for her to get her back legs out.
Here are the first aid items I used
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When it comes to your equine’s health, you should always consult with your veterinarian and read information provided by the product manufacture and any product label or packaging, prior to using any medication, nutritional, herbal or homeopathic product or before beginning any diet program or starting any type of treatment for a health issue.
Sustaining without a Feed Store source when shtf
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