Chicken Teddy Bears - Honestly, I don't know why I never thought of this myself

bilbarstow

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I guess with horses your options are limited as far as burial, I couldn’t imagine having to do it though
I've never had to bury an actual horse (like @Roxy13 ), but I HAVE had to bury cows, both baby/newborns, and full size Mama cows. You don't wanna just bring a shovel to that party. a backhoe is a requirement. and stay away from areas where there have been tree roots.
 

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I guess with horses your options are limited as far as burial, I couldn’t imagine having to do it though
It's up there on my least favorite jobs, that's for sure. But, your average horse is 950-1350lb. And draft horses can be quite a bit heavier than that. The only crematorium that I'm aware of that can handle them anywhere near me is still about a 3 hour drive up into Michigan. And of coure you'd have to get the horse onto a trailer or something and drive it all the way up there. Better just to bring the backhoe to your farm and bury it.
 


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