Tuesday, October 5, 2010

A delicious salad

I, Fenway Bartholomule, have just dined upon a most delicious salad of sliced apples, black oil sunflower seeds, and alfalfa-leaf with a delicate glucosamine and MSM dressing. The alfalfa, limited by FarmWife to a serving size of one tablespoon per 1000 pounds body weight, is the most rare and toothsome ingredient, but the MSM and glucosamine are the reason for the salad's existence and get, in their own right, high marks for palatability. I have John at www.HaHahorses.com and his kind sponsors at Omega Alpha to thank for the liquid joint supplement, which came as part of a prize package valued at $145. Wowee, zowee! That's a lot of vitamins, and we look forward to sharing the bounty with our favorite sport horse trainers. With a barn full of equine athletes, the folks at Cain Lake Stables will find a use for the many supplements that I don't eat myself. I am but one mule, and my nutritional needs are simple; hay, a salt block, fresh water. The occasional carrot. And, given my hock history, a joint supplement. This one is perfect.

Ears to HaHaHorses, ears to Omega Alpha, and ears to you!



  1. Congrats on the prize! Have you had FarmWife feed you watermelon yet? You should send her out for some while it's still in season.

  2. His Honorary Muleness Mr. Blondie points out that alfalfa should be consumed in larger quantities than 1 T per 1,000 lb of body weight. Much larger, in fact. He reminds FarmWife of the tummy-soothing effects of the calcium in the alfalfa. Plus it's yummy.


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