I dunnoooo I think you already know that “White is beautiful” don’t you?
Or will it shatter your beauty if I recognize mine?
please keep your self centered ignorance, micro-agressions and derailing all to yourself
So coke is going to launch coke life.
It’s basically like how sprite now uses stevia.
its now a mixture of sugar and stevia making the drink drop a third of sugar content and a third of calories.
alot better than that coke zero/light shit that is sweetened by chemical sweeteners
Why is it ogre colored
Because shrek is life
There are so many reasons why we have issues with weight, and moreso Diabetes. Because things like Coca Cola exist. And then they do this thing where they’re like “Omg but look, 1/3 less calories and sugar! It’s so much HEALTHIER for you.
The contents and ingredients in Coca cola literally eat away at the lining of your stomach. It’s poison. It’s molecularly disastrous on so many levels.
well…im not trying to brag, but ive had sex. like, a bunch of times
This poor thing was on a Facebook page for a boarding facility near me. They said she had just pulled them 2 hours through the trails… In that condition? Good god, feed her first and get some weight on her. Not to mention her awful swayback and what looks like sickle hocks.Is it worse to have a swaybacked horse pull you or for you to ride them…?-anonymous.Good question. I’m actually not quite sure. I don’t think driving would be too bad since there’s not weight on the back. I dunno. But she is a sadddd looking creature.
Poor thing looks like a bad caricature of a horse.
I think everyone needs to be careful here. She has horrible conformation, yes, absolutely. She is probably older, that’s true. But her absolute terrible conformation is highlighting areas of her body that IMO could make her look more underweight then she is. Also, they could have walked the whole 2 hours, you have no idea.
She is not a pretty girl, but keep in mind, with god awful conformation like that, do you realize what would happen to her physically if you added 100 lbs to that skeleton? I can’t imagine what it’d do to her back and hips.
When you go and buy a horse, that you have every intention of riding, working, or using, and it just so happens that the horse you are buying, you are buying from a home that does not care for them in the best way. Say the horse is a few hundred pounds underweight and has long feet. And say your price range is only 500-1000 bucks, so the pool of animals you’re looking at is limited.
That doesn’t automatically mean you rescued the horse.
I’m just sayin. This does not make you a knight in shining armor. Sure, the horse is better off, but you didn’t say to yourself “oh my god, I need to save that horse.” You bought it for cheap, because you wanted a cheap horse.
This is especially true for those of you who buy aforementioned horse, saying you rescued it, and when it turns out there’s something expensive to fix, or physically or mentally wrong with it, then turning around and “getting rid of it” .
Stop that. Stop saying you rescued it.
NEW TEST FOR DWARFISM AVAILABLE
A new genetic test for a form of dwarfism in miniature horses is now available from the University of Kentucky’s Animal Genetic Testing and Research Laboratory.
The test identifies carriers of four mutations in the aggrecan gene, which contains proteins critical to the development of cartilage structures. The mutations may result in a range of physical issues, including respiratory problems, oral malformations and abnormal bone growth.
Researchers say carriers of the mutated gene may not exhibit any outwards signs, but when two carriers are mated, the result can be a foal affected with any combination of the genes, some of which are lethal.
The new test does not identify all forms of dwarfism in Miniature Horses or forms found in other breeds. For more information about the test, visit the laboratory’s website or call 859-218-1193.
Article from Equus magazine
If people refuse to stop breeding horses with the gene there is no excuse not to have your breeding stock tested so dwarf foals won’t be produced. Horses with the gene should never be bred, but realistically there are people who don’t care, and at least this test might make people more aware of what’s in their stock so crossing of two carriers can be avoided.