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lol first time i seen a horse eat watermelons,pretty spoiled critters you got there :D
 

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Faster horses said:
Never saw horses eat watermelon before. :lol: :lol: :lol:

I'm wondering where the roan horse came from????

That's my little bay, must be that danged apaloosa blood in him :D
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PS Maybe i should say was my little Bay
 

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tta stockdogs said:
You're not alone Hay Maker..I feed mine cantalope, they sure like em.

Yup, I guess they eat anything that's sweet, there is always someone selling melons along the road around here, so I get me a couple and get one or 2 for my 4 legged pardners, you're right they sure do like em.
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HAY MAKER said:
Faster horses said:
Never saw horses eat watermelon before. :lol: :lol: :lol:

I'm wondering where the roan horse came from????

That's my little bay, must be that danged apaloosa blood in him :D
good luck

PS Maybe i should say was my little Bay

Not to hijack your thread, but sounds like you sold him.
I thought you liked him...
 

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jodywy said:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1j6avX7ebkM just close your eyes and listen!!!!


Been a long time since I heard that old tune thanks for the listen.
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Faster horses said:
HAY MAKER said:
Faster horses said:
Never saw horses eat watermelon before. :lol: :lol: :lol:

I'm wondering where the roan horse came from????

That's my little bay, must be that danged apaloosa blood in him :D
good luck

PS Maybe i should say was my little Bay

Not to hijack your thread, but sounds like you sold him.
I thought you liked him...


When I said "was" I meant his color is changing enough to call him a roan, I would'nt sell ole Poke.
I promised a young lady [ my neice ] she could have him if and when she graduated from Vet school.
My sister told me the young lady was letting her grades fail and seemed disinterested in school, I knew how much she loved ole poke so I provided some incentive for her to keep her grades up.
She's eleven now if and when she does get her vet license I will hafta go to plan "B" take her shopping for a fat 5/6 year old mare and if she if tough might hafta buy her for a new saddle too, but no poke wont be leaving neither will my Grey.
So say a good 10 years for her to get a vet license and rember she has to get through the "Boy" stage, I figger the chances of poke leaving this ranch are nil and none :wink:
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My folks got their 1st air conditioner in 1964. The only summer memories I have before that is how hot the house was, and the folks going outside to feed watermelon to the horses that were right up close to the house.
 

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loomixguy said:
My folks got their 1st air conditioner in 1964. The only summer memories I have before that is how hot the house was, and the folks going outside to feed watermelon to the horses that were right up close to the house.

Yeah man, I remember the days of no air condtioning well, one of my favorite gripes about S Tx damned heat especially after a hard days work.
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Though I grew up in Wyoming, my parents family was from Missouri.
As a kid, I hated going there because all the houses were so dark inside.
I didn't realize til much later that they were dark because of trying
to keep the house as cool as possible. (no air conditioning)
 

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Horses and cows eat almost anything - Watermelons - cantaloupe - Pumkins
When I had a Fruit Stand we had to TEACH them to break them Open (Left-overs at the END OF SEASONS)
I was paying 5 cent each foe Watermelons - 2 cents for cantaloupe - Free Pumkins(end of season) - $5 a field ben for #2 Corn and #2 Peppers

We also sold 2oz Cups of Grain for 50 cents so the Public could feed my animals - I had to send kids out to clean-out-the-feeder (and recup Grain for reSale)
 

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