Here is what you can do with 12 total yards of non-pill fleece and a sewing machine from the space age...
I fumbled with filling bobbin.. heck even finding bobbin.. I'm so non-crafty but in less then a couple of hours I had the finished products! Total cost for two coolers - $68.
|Ohh a new dress!!!!!|
Rosie thought she looked smashing and was ready to greet the guys at the dance...
She even asked me if it made her butt look big...
Ummm Rosie honey please don't make me answer that!
|Warm *yawn* good night!|
Bonnie was a little less than thrilled with me and more interested in S's horses eating their dinner...
Directions are fairly simple "Clean hoof thoroughly with hoof pick, apply half dollar size to bottom of each hoof and brush in around frog and horse shoe with hard tooth brush or stiff hoof pick brush." They also claim "Works instantly with a 2 minute soak on dry ground"
I decided to do the study as I've been "treating" thrush for months now in both mares switching between Kopertox and Thrush Buster. I've always been able to keep it "almost gone" but never completely. It's been horribly wet this year with record rain falls month after month. So the ground is wet, muddy mess, but they always have a dry place to stand if they choose too. So between environmental issues out of my control, as well as their previous living conditions you can imagine it's been quite the battle.
The other contributing factor is when we pulled Bonnie's shoes we discovered the thrush was worse then I originally thought.
I received my free two bottles of Thrush Killer middle of the week and will start the study today. I'll continue using Thrush Buster on Rosie, and use the Cowboy Magic Thrush Killer exclusively on Bonnie. I'll post the results when the study ends, or I run out of the medication.