Sunday, 3 February 2013

Picky Pony.



Dobbin refuses to eat his crusts; he just goes for the best bits, in the soft tasty interior.

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12 comments:

  1. The equine equivalent to not eating one's crusts! Would it help to warn him that his hair won't be curly is he doesn't eat the outside bits as well?

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  2. Maybe he's making a shelter. In case it snows again.

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  3. An old farmer friend only told me this summer that when hay begins to rot on the inside, all the animals go mad for it - looks like Dobbin does too.

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  4. Rotting hay must be the equivalent of silage which always smells pretty good to me.

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    1. I love the smell of 'good' young silage. It often reminds me of sweet licorice.

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  5. Pony Dobbin looks to be the same size and color as my miniature jackass Doolin. Long lost brothers perhaps.

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  6. If the hay is rotting, could it also be fermenting? Is he really just catching a buzz?! LOL

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  7. The perfect blog--witty, short and immensely fun!

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  8. I see this quite often up the road. Love this post!!

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