Re: Still Need Assistance in Lexington, KY area:

Nancy Hayden <nancyahayden@...>

I live in KY about three hours from Lexington and when I got my ODBTC cubes ordered them from Southern States. I know there are a couple of Southern States stores in Lexington. I would call and see how quickly they can get some for you. If I had any left, I would bring them to you, but I don't...sorry.
KY 2011

Nancy Hayden

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-----Original Message-----
From: gypsylassie <lcknie@...>
To: EquineCushings <EquineCushings@...>
Sent: Fri, Aug 23, 2013 2:16 pm
Subject: [EquineCushings] Re: Still Need Assistance in Lexington, KY area:

--- In EquineCushings@..., martha williams <mjwd444@...> wrote:

1 .Since there is no possible source of ODBTC in this area, and since a
very laminitic horse is used to these cubes as an important part of her diet, what would be
a substitute that would be feasible in a hospital type situation?...
Hi Martha,
Is the horse already down there? You probably already thought of this, but is there any way someone going to visit the horse could take a load of ODTBCs with them? Up to one pallet of ODTBCs will fit in the bed of a pick up truck that has a topper.
I don't know if it is allowed to give her name, moderators?, but there is a member down in Lexington that may not be following the posts right now. She might have some ideas. She has a great DIY Ice boot in the "emergency protocol - horse got out on grass" folder.
Laura K. Chappie & Beau

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