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Bad Habit

Uploaded by: nanapoo

Friday November 15, 2013

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Caption: This horse is cribbing. They bite down and suck air. It is a very difficult habit to break and they frequently lose weight because of it. They also have an increase risk of stomach ulcers and colic.

Manufacturer: Panasonic

Model: DMC-ZS19

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6. nanapoo
1:21 AM GMT on November 19, 2013
Thanks guys! Very true Peter!
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5. Cowgazer
8:55 PM GMT on November 18, 2013
Nice 'orse indeed, bet if they put that 'lectric fence a little lower and on the other side of the fence it would be cured!! :-0
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4. WurzelDave
7:38 PM GMT on November 18, 2013
Nice 'orse, hope the habit gets broken.
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3. nanapoo
7:12 PM GMT on November 18, 2013
Thanks for the comments. This is not my horse, but I know folks that use creosote. It isn't easy to come by now. There are collars and other chemical compounds to discourage cribbing. The folks I know didn't have much luck with it.
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2. trekincat
6:11 PM GMT on November 18, 2013
An old trick to stop this behavior is to coat the top of the rails with creosote, or other anti-cribbing mixtures that are made commercially. We used creosote and it really worked well.
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1. WeatherWise
12:49 AM GMT on November 18, 2013
Thanks for sharing - I don't think I
have ever heard of that! He is so
pretty - hope will break habit.
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