Freshpark Stables
Try some that aren't nut based.
Color Wonder Stables
12:46:16 Kass/Color 🌻
Eve, I really like the kind of explanations on the bottom of the Horse of the Year LB. I think that would be super helpful on all of them. :D
Freshpark Stables
No, but we can get our meat and others from local farms that do it themselves, instead of ones from factory farms that cause a ton of pollution.
Golden Meadows
12:46:04 Husky, GM, Ghost
Almond milk, coconut milk, and a bunch of other nut based milks lmao
Purple Pegasus Farm
12:45:51 Graceful
Like me, I'm literally allergic to potatoes. 🤷‍♀️
Jellos Warmbloods
12:45:34 Giggles Wubs
OOUU a new award. *-*
~Running Free~
12:45:28 Freedom
Yeah strawberries are super good. Wish they could be a little bigger, but at least theres a bunch of medium sized ones XD
12:45:17 NeEd MorE DaPPleS
The world can't all go sustainably meat free.Animal populations would dwindle,As well as natural habitats.Growing the food would require more land.More emissions from more food miles.Yes there needs to be balance but it has to be between both.As a farmer I kind of see this every day..
Waterside Ranch
12:45:13 Dosie Doe
Check it out please
-HEE Click-
Freshpark Stables
What ones have you tried so far Husky?
Freshpark Stables
Freedom, yeah! Also, homegrown strawberries always taste wayy sweeter :P
Golden Meadows
12:44:22 Husky, GM, Ghost
If it's not real milk I hate it, it all tastes like shit to me lmao
Elysium Opalus
12:44:13 elysium opalus
I was literally going to say there are some people that can't do some of these things due to their health. Gotta think real big to figure out this grey area.
~Running Free~
12:43:00 Freedom
I have wild blackberries and mulberry trees that grow and drop seeds and grow more. Its 100x better than going to the store and getting them.
The Lucky Horseshoe
where do we find the horse of the year
Freshpark Stables
@Husky Good thing there's more than 11 others :)
Which is chockerblock full of preservatives and additives and chemicals.
Python Ridge
12:42:20 Roe / Fish Eggs
That's.. That's not how that woirks. You can't just boycott an entire food lmao. Least we can do is minimize the amount we consume, if possible. There are people who can't go vegan due to their health and how their bodies work.
Golden Meadows
12:42:15 Husky, GM, Ghost
I despise almond milk
Oak valley
12:42:00 Olive Oil
I just had an idea, why don't we all just live on cress? XD

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A New Life August 15, 2019 08:43 PM

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Chapter 1

I looked through the small window of a tiny 2 horse trailer. I saw a liquid brown eye looking back. Either I pay 2k and bring him home with me or I turn his owners offer down and he goes to slaughter. I was sitting in my truck thinking. Andy had been abused his while life and he was 7. Andy lived in a small breeding facility. The only time he left his stall was to breed a mare. Andy's stall was knee deep with manure. I was listing the pros and cons in my head. Now, as I think about it I don't know why I took so long to decide. After about and hour I made my decision. I would bring Andy home. I hooked my truck up to the tiny trailer and drive it home. On the way I was contemplating my decision, I haven't seen anymore of Andy than his right eye.

When we arrived at my stall farm I backed the trailer up to the barn doors and got out. I opened the stall door I wanted Andy in. All my other horses were outside in the big pastures. I opened the back of the trailer and Andy came flying out and ran to his stall. I immediately noticed he was a roan/Bay/Liver Chestnut color. Andy was wearing a small black nylon halter that dug into his skin, a rusty stud chain, and what looked to be a heavy weight, Hunter Green blanket tied on with baling twine.

Thoughts?? Should I continue??

Edited at August 16, 2019 06:44 AM by HMHRealityChekStable
A New Life August 18, 2019 09:54 PM

Fireball Stables
Posts: 2078
This is so good you should definitely continue
A New Life August 18, 2019 09:55 PM

Posts: 1263
Thanks, I started a second chapter. This is kind of a wild story, I don't know where I plan to take this or how long it will last, but here it is
A New Life August 18, 2019 09:56 PM

Posts: 28
Continue! Plz let me know when you post more!
A New Life August 18, 2019 09:57 PM

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A New Life August 18, 2019 09:58 PM

~Flower Acres~
Posts: 62
I'm already craving more....

A New Life August 18, 2019 10:12 PM

Posts: 1263
Chapter 2

Andy ran right into the run connect to his stall. He raised his head and gave a loud whinny that shook his body. He loved being able to go outside. For the next 2 weeks I did nothing to him but gain his trust. I felt terrible he was still in the heavy blanket and halter, but I didn't want him to fear me. By the end of the 2 weeks Andy would nicker whenever I walked in the barn. I decided it was time to remove his blanket and halter. I gave Andy a light sedative so he would stand quietly. I cut the twine and realized it was stuck to his skin. I ended up having to cut it into about 6 prices, I then pealed it off if Andy. He was covered in quarter sized welts. Raw, raised open tissue from wearing a blanket for who knows how long. I then moved to Andy's halter. After a little bit of trying I was able to unbuckle it and slide if if his face. When he was still a bit sleepy I rubbed some salve on his welts and on the rub mark across his nose. Twice a day for a month I would rub salve on Andy's wounds, towards the end he would let me go in the stall with him to do it. I was gaining his trust. That thought made me grin. After his wounds had healed, I shifted my focus to cleaning him. I had gained enough trust to place a very loose halter on him and lead him to his run out. I had drug a hose out to his pen and a curry comb, complete with some soap. I started to bathe him. Andy LOVED it, he would stretch out his neck and too lip. Close his eyes and rest a foot. It was definitely the highlight of both of our days. Everyday Andy's true coat came closer into view. Everyday a layer of grime was removed. One day I lead him back to his stall after a bathing session and dryer him off. I then finished our routine with a thorough grooming. I soon realized after brushing Andy, j had gotten to his true coat. He was a shiny Chestnut. The color of a copper penny. I told him over and over how handsome he looked. I couldn't believe after all this time, I now had a Happy, healthy, clean and wound free horse.
A New Life August 18, 2019 10:13 PM

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Thoughts? Should I continue??

Edited at August 18, 2019 10:14 PM by HMHRealityChekStable
A New Life August 18, 2019 10:17 PM

~Flower Acres~
Posts: 62
Yep! I love this so~ much!
A New Life August 18, 2019 10:18 PM

Fireball Stables
Posts: 2078
Yes definitely continue

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