--- In EquineCushings@..., "stufflebeam61356"
Iover a month. And he was tested about 3 months ago for cushings.
numbers,am working on getting the results back.It's important to get those test results. Find out what kind
resultsand also the lab's normal ranges.
oryourif the info isn't complete, you may want to test again and get
retest.vet to do these tests. There's info in the files about testing,whichyou should read first and share with your vet if you need to
waitAnd he was put on 1 mL of Pergolide.If his coat is still long and curly, you may have to increase
&and see how he sheds out.My hay is about 80% alfalfa and 20% grass. So I have him on mare
themaintenance by Nutrina.Till you can get a glucose:insulin ratio from the 2 tests to
underhay to see how much sugar and starch is in it. Till you know that
detailsBeet Pulp Sources is a list of places that sell other feeds thatarelow enough in s/s. However, most of his diet should be hay.then,
inabout this among a series of e-mails. If not, you can find info
athe files section.done before.I am looking into having my hay tested. But I never have had it
firstfeed dealer or your vet, but you may have to buy one. It'simportantto use a hay probe to get accurate hay test results. So your
infomission is to locate one.
feelas you go. Don't try to tackle everything at once. And don't
info.alone if your head is spinning from everything. You'll be an oldhandat it in a matter of months. Ask questions when you don'tunderstandstuff. People here are very helpful.slowly.
the bottle.Also, the only sign he shows is the curly hair.
He is sound. He is alittle thin but not back. And he came froma
rescue and he probably come to them alittle thin. But not bad. 50
Doesn't have any soundness issues.