Feeding Protocol

Horsekeeping

Awareness of the outside world. “The first artificial leg was patented by Benjamin Franklin Palmer of Meredith, New Hampshire.” Today I Found Out: November 4. More info, Nineteenth-Century Disability: Cultures and Contexts: The Palmer Patent Leg.
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Set alfalfa cubes to soak. Use hot water to speed up process. [Feed Change II]

Wait.

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To barn.

Put Rodney in stall. Originally he was only up for grain. Now he stays in stall for entire meal. Milton does not share well with others.

Serve alfalfa stew/soup and regular hay.

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To house.

Let them eat for a while.

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To barn.

Serve grain.

👣

To house.

Wait.

👣

To barn.

Turn out … oh, are you napping. I’ll come back. [Nah, I’m Good]

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To house.

👣

Back to barn.

Turn Rodney out.

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Back to house.

Question life choices.

Stay safe. Stay sane.
Katherine

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