Galactica
09:17:08 Gala
Based off the stream of campers I saw heading north from lower mid MI the past two days... too late.
Quizzical Quarters
09:16:22 Stupid Bitch
Today was so fucking hot in Michigan. I was dying lol. I don’t understand why of all days I chose to do yard work today.
Gem
09:14:56 Gem
Lol
Pony Paradise
09:13:43 Pony || Ducky
Michigan? Oh yeah...
Detroit people be complaining about regulations up north. Don't come up then :/
Don't bring the virus lol
Gem
09:11:46 Gem
For sure. Michigan is crazy XD
Galactica
09:05:51 Gala
Gem, I forgot to mention the week of 95+ degree weather with 100% humidity in the summer. That's my favorite week.
New Eagle Equine
09:04:49 Eagle 🎨
Now we're under a flash flood warning. Tonight is wild.
The Fallen Rulers
09:04:42 ~ Straw Hoarder
-HEE Click-

i got lucky
Gem
09:04:24 Gem
Oh my gosh. That is so accurate Gala XD
Galactica
09:01:49 Gala
Actually you could just pull a check list out for "Pure Michigan" living. 7 months of snow storms, 5 of which you don't see the sun,
one big ice storm, storm system that causes flooding, storm system that knocks out power to half the state. A tornado watch or two, a tornado, A fire ban in august, and then like a week of fall. Bonus points when there's an earthquake we actually feel. lmao.
Cadence Farms
09:00:41 evebot
Come to Trivia!

-Click-
FirstLightFarms
09:00:00 puck
Oof sirens sound creepy.
River Bend Stables
08:59:42 River
It's Freaky How Crazy The Weather is here in Minnesota
Mother Nature can be a B***
Riptide Roans
08:57:56 *Pokes Eyeballs*
Any ideas for art?
Galactica
08:56:26 Gala
Eury that would make sense. In Michigan we a see a little of everything outside of hurricanes, when it's not 7 months a year we hide from snow lol.
Cadence Farms
08:55:58 evebot
They are doing sirens here right now.
New Eagle Equine
08:55:20 Eagle 🎨
They never test the sirens here. Which I find odd since were in Texas.
Libbygray Mares
08:55:10 
we dont have those kinds of sirens here in australia
Cadence Farms
08:55:07 evebot
All kinds of prizes!!
The Joker
08:55:06 Knight of Ootensils
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More scared than snarky November 4, 2019 06:20 PM

Spots & Blots
 
Posts: 29
#481915
I need advice on a situation that has just arose in my life.

My situation:
I have 1 pony stallion who is stalled on the back side of a barn away from contact with horses.

I then have 4 mares at a second barn I recently visited.

The problem is the barn my pony is at is now shut down due to a horse that has tested positive for the coronavirus.

I have no clue what to do at this point. I have already informed other barn owner and I have done some reading.

I don't want to leave my pony in the barn owners care as he only had exposure by me walking across the arena to toss food and water at him.

Am I going too far if I buy some bootie covers, gloves, sanitizer.

Also dose anyone know if the horse type can be transmitted to people?
More scared than snarky November 4, 2019 08:00 PM

Equine Stables
 
Posts: 488
#482063
If buying those supplies makes you feel that your pony's health is safer, go ahead and do it. Better safe than sorry.

It is my understanding that the virus is only carried from horse to horse and that the horse type cannot be caught by humans.

I hope your pony stays safe!
More scared than snarky November 4, 2019 09:45 PM

Jellos Warmbloods
 
Posts: 8380
#482145
The equine coronavirus is transmitted when a horse eats the poop of a horse carrying the virus.

Almost all horses recover from the virus just fine with supportive care with very very very few die due to complications that arose secondary and not the virus itself.

Just practice good bio-security.
(pick up and dispose of poop)
And wash your hands afterward.
Dont feed your horse on dirty grounds, etc.
And try your best to not step in poop. :)




More scared than snarky November 4, 2019 09:51 PM

Spots & Blots
 
Posts: 29
#482152
Thank you :)

We are the stall cleaners so we get the most sanitizing after every stall.

Just glad that for the past 3weeks I've been to sick to work my boy, which means he has been only in his stall. Just hope he can hold out another 6weeks if not longer.

Though the whole back side the barn is unexposed ground so might be able to let him bounce on a lungeline if I'm careful.

Thanks again for making me feel a lil better :)

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