have you ever wondered how you coped?

_daisy_

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been looking for a certain picture when I came accross some pics I took a while ago (well nearly 3years now) that I took when I was asking for some help on mud fever on here.

I used to keep all my horses on livery and 1 suffered terribly with MF. She would regularly have courses of antibiotics/painkillers. We moved shortly after the last bout in March 2007 and has lived out 24/7 since and hasnt had any MF since
Personally I dont know how neither her nor I coped with it.


 

spike123

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it's interesting how some horses suffer mud fever in certain fields and then move not too far away and never suffer again. I know they say mud fever is bacterial but it's strange how it affects some places and not others.
With my own horse it's his past behaviour.When I first had him he was a real nightmare to handle and labelled dangerous.These days he is mostly really chilled and good to handle but I often look back and think how on earth did I manage to do anything with him at all and end up with such a great horse at the end of it.
 

Izzwizz

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Thats great if she suffers no more. She must feel so much happier now. Wonder if its anything to do with living out now compared to before.
 
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