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enjoy all you Pontiac guys and gals

but this is a bit of me !!  

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10 hours ago, JUSTA6 said:

Had horses my whole life on my grandfathers farm.  My Dad used to let a neighbor harvest our 10 a of hunting land in northern Michigan,  2 twice a year and he would raise a calf for us in his herd. Always worked out well.   Have seen wet hay stacked and molded.  Causing horses N cattle to get sick.   My grandfather bought a colt for me, that was born the same day as I was. Had pictures of him with the colt  in the back seat of his Buick.  :lol2:  Wish I knew what happened to those.  Blackie died when we were 18.  Many great memories.

yip moldy hay aint a good thing and your horses wouldn't be into hay with clover in it too, way too sweat for them 👍

i can relate to those memories, when i was a boy, i had a pet lamb named snowy... went away to a school camp one day and came home to find my pet had got into the chook run, ate all the pellets and my mother had seen it wasn't happy so she gave it water! 

 it basically expanded its gut and killed it :(

made its hide into a great fluffy rug!!HAHA 

it taught me how to cure hides... was my first one👍

 also taught me a about death....  at that age,13 really wasn't happy about death.. still not happy about it. regardless of it being a animal or human.😞

 

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