Feeding the Suckling, Weanling, Growing and Senior Horse – Rounds With Doc T

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Here is the replay of the September 2021 Rounds (held October 4), Feeding the Suckling, Weanling, Growing and Senior Horse.

There are so many types of fences and fence gates and latches used that I have come across. This Rounds discusses the basics that horse owners can apply to make these as safe as possible while keeping maintenance and other costs down.

This presentation is mostly visual with many images, and it moves fast. So the best thing to do is to take notes and reference the page number of the slide (in the left column) and then submit your thoughts, additions or questions in the replies below. I would love to see images of what you are talking about, so be sure to add some.

Members can watch replays of “Rounds With Doc T” and get more details in the Forums and the AMAs, and can add comments anywhere (discover membership here).
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