And I know I've mentioned it in passing, but I'll be in Europe for several weeks in early June and won't be able to post at all. Hopefully my horsey pals will fill in for me while I am gone by posting on the "Who Said That?" page. I'll make that my home page so that you don't have to see my "On Vacation" sign every time you visit the blog.
With all of our local barns on "lockdown," no one is doing any riding and most of our nearby shows have been cancelled. Thanks to our new pal, EHV-1, I've had to start a new series. I am calling it, "The Follow-Ups." Yep, that's right. I am following up from things I may have skipped before, or am telling you more of the story. Here's the first one.
Salt Block Follow-Up
The salt lick was brilliant white, but the rest of the feeder had chunks of beet pulp/rice bran mash crusted all over the place. Gross. I am glad he's using the salt lick, but I think I need to dry-brush it out more frequently. Here's a photo: