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Wild horses don’t need their teeth floated because their diet incorporates more forage and minerals that accomplish the grinding naturally. Domestic horse diets are more based in grain, which is chewed and processed by teeth differently than grass. How do you know if a horse needs its teeth floated? SignsRead More →

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Throwing of head. Acting up under saddle. Unusual head movements. Tilting of head while eating or riding. Bit discomfort. Unable to stay in frame when riding. Dropping or losing grain. Undigested food in manure. What happens if you dont float a horses teeth? It is important, however, not to over-floatRead More →

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Why we say ‘buck teeth’ In the simplest sense, the action of ‘bucking’ is to kick up or out. Combined, this results in buck teeth, those that jut out beyond the rest. It may also be derived from the word to describe the male of some animals. Where did buckRead More →

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However, the underlying dentin layer has a slightly yellowish color. This yellowish hue shows through the enamel in almost everyone, but more so for those with naturally thinner or more translucent enamel. So your yellow teeth may be perfectly normal due to your genetics! Does yellow teeth mean unhealthy? WhileRead More →

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On six occurrences (8:12; 13:42; 13:50; 22:13; 24:51; 25:30), Matthew recorded Jesus pronouncing judgment, using the idiom “weeping and gnashing of teeth”. What is Sheol in the Bible mean? The Old Testament word for the abode of the dead is Sheol. It is derived, as most scholars think, from aRead More →