Jazzy & Kim met up with Kathy Roberts of Granite Bay to learn more about cow sorting. It was very cool to watch!
I'm lucky I have the photo's and video that I have. Had a major sd card malfunction. I left it in my laptop and went to help clean a friends house. Upon return my laptop was having issues and I had to shut it down. I put the card in my desktop and it was EMPTY!!
Luckily I was able to recover some of it with some software. That's why my video is not in high def, it had to be recovered then reconverted back to mp4.
Jazzy with glitter still stuck to his face from the parade LOL
Kathy & Jazzy
Elliot's Dog, Chili, working the steers
I can't remember this horse's name, but she was awesome!
Wanted to share some pics of Paddock paradise, it helps your equines move about naturally ( more moving, less standing in a stall or one spot) you can also vary the terrain on the track, from water crossings, logs, and rocks, so your horse can navigate different footings, which is good for hoof health.
The pics below are from : http://www.handsforhorses.com/photos-horse-paddock.htm
this is probably one of the nicer setups I've seen!!
SLow feeders are also a part of the PP idea - Equines aren't meant to eat two big meals a day, anyway you can break that down into smaller meals the better. Slow feeders help slow down the consumption of hay, there fore making the bites smaller and the meal last longer. I have slow feeder nets on their way for my girls. But there are lots of neat slow feeder ideas, some made of wood, which wont work for me, since I consider wood 'donkey snacks'
I LOVE THIS ONE!!