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Ok...So I have decided that I would like to give another horse a great home. I have been looking and thinking and came to the conclusion that, "Hey! I have the money, time, patience, knowledge to train, and love to give to another horse, why not go to an auction and give it to a horse that is in desperate need of it?" Here's the hard part....I can't figure out where to go or look to find an auction! I live around Madison, WI and am willing to travel a little to go to one, but can anyone tell me where to go? Thanks in advance!
Well I have been looking on Craigslist for the past month or so and have yet to find one that just screams take me! I would like to rescue one as I love taking in problematic horses, gaining their trust, retraining them, and saying, "Look what we did!" I have been around horses (showing, training, owning, breeding) for 10+ years and know what to look for. I would also be bringing my friend who trains with me as well.
I guess I'm not one that searches for the "Well-broke, will jump anything, runs 16's in barrels, goes through water, loves attention..." type. I am more about the bonding. I enjoy spending however long it takes to form a bond than worrying about how soon I can get in the saddle and make them "bomb proof". I know a lot of breeders have some gorgeous horses and there are a lot of nice horses that need a good home, but I want to see the horse that is being loaded onto the kill truck and yell at the b*****d to get that horse back here and buy it off them and give that horse a chance to be something other than someone's next meal.
I am not opposed to auctions if you take your time and know what you are doing.. So good luck finding a horse.. :) I've bought and sold a number auction horses with great success. Here's a website for a company that holds horse auctions in WI from time to time. Check under the 'schedule and times' section. They've got some coming up soon. On this site, they say they hold horse auctions.. Might be worth it to check into the next one.. If you're up for a drive, this is where I have bought my horses I've got from auctions.. Great facility.. Here is a few horse adoption sites in WI.. Might interest you.. Umm, I'll also suggest you talk to any owners of local tack shops.. They'll often times know of any auctions in the surrounding area.. Talk to different barn owners if you can.. Often times, auctions aren't listed online.. Good luck! :)
Although you can find some great horses at auctions, it can also be a very risky venture. Sometimes horses are sent to auctions when they are in early stages of serious illnesses, but it's not yet visible on the outside. A lot of other horses are sold through dealers, where you don't know what their vices are, and how neurotic they might be. Because of this, some of the dealers will sedate them leading you to believe flicka is very sweet till you get her home and she turns out to be a total flake. With the current poor economy, it's difficult for people to even give horses away. I suggest going on craigslist in the "farm and garden" section and looking up horses on there. Get to know how well the horse works with the owner as well as the owner's character. It will say a lot about what you're getting yourself into if you can see the horse's environment ect.
Personally, i wouldn't go to an auction. You never know what you are going to get. Like the person above stated, auctions are very un-dependable. There are a lot of great barn around the madison area. Ginny Dvorak and Abby Dvorak have lots of great horses, i do not remember the name of their barn though. Felix Jaramallio also has very nice horses. Those are both very close to madison. also, laura and Dale luterbach in dousman have some fabulous horses.
To me this is a toss up. i live in madison too and my horse did come from an auction and hes great! but around here there can be good and bad auctions. some sales are called auctions and have fabulous horses and others are meat auctions. do your research and be careful. otherwise the decision is up to you.
I don't think you need a license unless you're a kill buyer....but I've not heard of a kill/slaughter license, nor was I aware that there is a certain "slaughter barn" at auctions. I think you can just go bid on the horse and hopefully be the top bidder. Good luck.
Well on Milwaukee craigslist there are many horses with problems that need homes.
Hello my name is ashley and i see you are looking for a horse i have one for sale she is an 8 year old arabian cross and she is 15hh she is a beautiful flea bitten grey color and she is a great horse but i do not have time for her anymore so if you are interested i can send you some pictures thanks ashley
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I live in Madison WI, and intend to move out of the house and get an appartment (~$700/mo.) with a friend, starting this summer. We've worked out how much to spend on monthly costs (rent, utilities, and weekly groceries), but we will need to buy a whole bunch of stuff as soon as (or before) we move in. That means that we'll have to shell out a large amount of money all at once, which requires planning. Such things include: Plates, glasses, and utensils; kitchen knives and tools; a stock of imperishable food; toilet plunger; toolbox; cleaning supplies; and other little things like that. We've already accounted for furniture and the security deposit. How much would you estimate these costs to total up to? Thanks.
It really depends on where you go to purchase those things. Some of them could be bought at yard sales, or thrift stores. Wal Mart is also another lower cost place to start purchasing those things. Some things like a tool box are not critical and you could leave it for later. Also A toilet plunger really doesn't NEED to be bought until you need it. All told you can get most of the stuff for a few hundred dollars (maybe 500) though, if you want GOOD knives and such then you may want to invest more money in it. Also, kitches tools, well go get the ones you KNOW you will need but, purchase more specialized ones as you need them. Also don't forget Pots and Pans which can also run into a pretty penny for them. There are two ways to obtain them. Purchase them as a set which can run 200+ dollars or buy them as you need them, though if you know anyonw with a CostCo or Sams Club card you might be able to get a really good deal on them there. For cleaning, I would start with somehting that is multi purpose (if you don't have much cash) instead of purchasing a lot of specialized products. Again, it really depends on where you shop and the quantity of stuff you are buying.
Since you will be sharing the apartment with a friend remember when you go your separate ways and get your own place you'll have to figure out who gets what. For your first place and the odds and ends you need go to thrift stores and dollar stores for a lot of the stuff you mentioned. You should be able to get most of the stuff you mentioned for less than $150.
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Received a letter from Gold Utility Inc.Promotions division. Says that I am winner of shoppers lottery with a claim number and phone number to call. A check came with letter says not to cash until call claim agent. Also said that I would receive second check after receiving the necessary instructions from claim agent. Address to Gold Utility is Madison WI where check comes from. Address to claims division in ON. Canada. Sounds like a scam. Please let me know.
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Okay so from what I've seen, Madison and Randi are mad at each other about something. I must have missed something the past few days. So what exactly are they arguing about? While I'm on the subject, do you think Adam should forgive J.R. because he was trying to prove that Annie was being a jerk? And does Greenlee know that David already has a daughter? Because apparently she doesn't want children but if David has Marissa as a daughter, that would already make her a mother regardless if she was preggy or not.
Randi caught Madison lifting money from petty cash, Maddie said she was "borrowing" it, Randi said uh-uh, etc. Then they got to talking about Randi knew how manipulative Madison was, and they talked about the murder with David eavesdropping. But in times of stress (like dealing with Dr. Demento), they band together for the good of all (including the Hubbard family). Adam may forgive JR someday, but it shouldn't be this day - make him suffer, because after all, he had the choice to keep it in his pants. Greenlee knows about Marissa; and stepmother to an adult isn't really like being at-home mom to a child. Since Greenlee and Marissa are around the same age, to say that Greenlee is a "mother" is really stretching it.
Randi spotted Madison about to steal some money out of Fusion's petty cash box, Madison claims she left her wallet at her apartment and needed to get herself some lunch and she was gonna reimburse the petty cash. Randi didn't believe her, and she started arguing about her trying to frame her and Jesse for Madison's husband (Henry North)'s murder, which David overheard and is blackmailing Madison about to try and lure Ryan away from Greenlee. Adam left Pine Valley to be with Brooke, he will eventually forgive JR but it will probably be off screen. As Adam stated before he left he never really loved Annie he only felt gratitude, but not anymore. Greenlee knows about Marissa they just haven't really been in the same room since David's been married to Greenlee. Greenlee is her stepmother and wouldn't really consider Marissa her daughter since Marissa is old enough to be her younger sister!
Madison and Randi have been in competition since Madison started working for Fusion. And, of course, Randi has never completely forgiven her for almost letting her take the fall for Henry's murder. Although Adam left the show, he will eventually forgive JR. Since Marissa is a grown woman and already has a mother nearby, she really doesn't need Greenlee as a step mom. And, since Marissa is always angry with David, I don't see the two of them getting close.
Greenlee knows David daughter is Marissa, he told her, That's why she convinced him to invite her to their wedding early this year, work his way back into her life once more after he made her feel unwanted by him. By Ignoring her to make new baby he really wanted. Sooner or later Adam will forgive his son again that's what they always do. No matter how many times they disown each other Adam and JR learn they can't live without each other. Randi still doesn't trust Madison after she try to frame her for murder
Randi is working for Erica and Madison is working for Greenlee. Madison wanted to get out of town and away from David (he wants her to sleep with Ryan so Ryan will let Greenlee alone) and asked Randi to help her out. Randi didn't want to. Adam will eventually forgive JR - he always does. JR dug his grave - let him work himself out. Greenlee knows about Marissa. And Greenlee would have been a stepmom to Emma and Spike if she had married Ryan. Since she lost Ryan's baby way back - she never got over that. Now the drs. tell her she wouldn't carry a baby to term.
They have always kinda hated eachother but Randi caught her trying to steal money from Fusion. Adam should forgive JR bc that is his son, he almost lost him and really he did him a favor, he wouldn't be with Brooke now if not for Annie and JR. Greenlee doesn't want to risk the emotional pain of trying to have another baby. She does know about marissa and Babe.
I neglected the previous jiffy because of a information short, so if the rest handed off... in any different case, no, Randi would not be attentive to that he's Amanda's toddler. remember, all of us thinks that Amanda's toddler died. Randi probably only thinks that Amanda has PPD and is freaking out. i've got faith truly sorry for Randi. in spite of everything she's been with the aid of she thinks that the toddler exchange into meant for her and that he exchange into abandoned and he or she rescued him. it is Frankie who i'm aggravated with. i be attentive to how lots he needs to work out Randi happy, yet he must be attentive to what a large danger they're taking. And, he must be attentive to what it is going to do to her if (while) he's taken faraway from her.
What I think setting Randi and her husband & in-laws up
I don't watch it anymore.
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I assume you are looking for treatment for opiate addiction and not for pain. If that's the case and you want methadone you unfortunately can't get it from a doctor's office. You would have to go to a methadone clinic. Federal law prohibits doctors to prescribe methadone for addiction. They can only prescribe it for pain. Methadone for addiction can only be dispensed, not prescribed, in licensed methadone clinics. You can however be prescribed Suboxone in a doctor's office as long as the doctor is licensed to prescribe Suboxone. Here is a list of all doctors in the Madison area that can prescribe Suboxone (unfortunately it doesn't say if they take Care Credit but you can call around and ask): There is a Suboxone doctor in Fond du Lac who is very active in addiction treatment in Wisconsin called Dr Junig. You may want to give him a call and ask if he can recommend someone or give you some tips. If I'm not mistaken medicaid covers Suboxone and Methadone in Wisconsin. I seem to recall that Wisconsin also has another program that can help with the cost. Dr Junig should know. There are also a couple of methadone clinics in the Madison area. Methadone treatment is usually cheaper than Suboxone treatment. Clinics often allow you to pay daily too so you don't have to come up with a lot of money at once. Unfortunately methadone treatment in Wisconsin is fairly expensive compared to other areas. If you are able to go to Chicago you can get treatment much cheaper. Here is a list of methadone clinics in your area: (I would recommend the CRC clinic over the QAM clinic as the QAM clinics are known for having pretty harsh rules such as "no pay, no dose") I'm not sure if the clinics take Care Credit but they may. I'm wondering though, how long are you planning on using Care Credit? I don't believe that they will let you use is continually and of course you have to be able to pay the bill. Both Suboxone and Methadone are mostly successful as maintenance medications so you could be in treatment for a long time. A minimum of two years is recommended for maximum success (most people relapse if they get off sooner). You can also use Suboxone and Methadone for a shorter detox - anywhere from 3 weeks to 6 months - but it almost never works to get and keep people clean. Imo it's a waste of time and money. Good luck!
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All your doing is pro-longing the withdrawls. i personally don't advise anyone to do drugs, nor to i tell advise them to go on methadone. it is after all, still a drug. i would seriously get on the right antidepressants and a non-narcotic anti-anxiety medication and fight with the devil then.... I would advise you to really figure out what has caused the depression prior to the drug addiction. (depression always has a physical reason, ie, something foreign in the body that also affects how the chemicals in the brain react, thus causing depression...and equal to that is self medicating. (drug abuse) did you know you could have a virus? they do cause depression, anxiety in the first place. *viruses pass the blood brain barrier! get tested for hepatitis c as well. it wont hurt. please dont get stuck where the goverment wants you.
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I am taking a program through my school that i earn college credits in high school ( It is a ccp that st. norberts offers. My question is what does it mean when it says "University of Wisconsin - Madison Must pass competency test for full credit, courses waived" ( what does it mean by courses waived? so i get the credits? does the grade transfer???
The page you're looking at refers to the transferring of credit TO St. Norberts. If I understand you correctly, you're now taking classes at St. Norberts (while in HS) and plan on attending University of Wisconsin, Madison. Take a look at the UW Madison transfer admissions information: Your best answers are going to come from an academic advisor at either the college you're attending now or the one you will enroll in after high school. I would say a little more about what I think, except that I'm not sure I understand your situation exactly. The phrase "must pass competency test for full credit, course waived" seems to imply that you won't have to repeat the course, but you may need to take a test and score well in order to receive the units. I'm a librarian and not an academic counselor, so beware that I may not be understanding this correctly. Another place to look for answers is the college catalog(s). You can find that on the college website or in the college library or bookstore. Good luck.
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Do you have to have a job in order to get a credit card? Because I have no job and am just trying to focus on school because, well, in my case, I'm a full-time student and my parents insisted on taking care of all my expenses such as my car and gas, (my parents actually cashed off my car), phone bill, rent, tuition, books, etc. So pretty much my parents help me out when I need them to. I do have job history, but not really since I've ventured into college (I'm a freshman in my second semester of college) BUT I really just want a credit card to build up my credit and many people have told me to do it early, but WISELY and not to spend anymore than what I can afford and to pay it off not a minute late because believe it or not, having good credit is truly important later on in life. Are there any other options out there for me? How about a student credit card? Does having a money market account matter? What if I have a large sum of money in a certificate (CD)? I really want to build up my credit - help!
The answers have been good so far, but I'd like to add that some student cards are easy to get. I got a student loan and had kept it in my Chase savings account, and a few months later I decided to apply for a student card through Chase as well, and was approved :) I don't know if it's because I'd been banking with them for a while now, but it's worth a shot.
I'd say the best way to build credit is to get a card from a store such as Old Navy or Macy's or something, and go from there. but don't use your card for anything you couldn't afford in CASH, because remember, you have to pay for everything you swipe! good luck :)
760 is an A score and yes that's pretty good. It depends on what kind of rewards you want Chase has a 3% rewards card which I have but are you looking for travel miles? music downloads? gifts? Not sure which kinds of rewards your interested in. Try Chase Rewards... Better yet pay with cash...
I would suggest that you go to your campus and ask. I go to Penn state and I got my first credit card through them. They had applications in the book store. It wouldn't hurt to ask.
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You don't say where on Madison Avenue you're starting from--it's a long street. But, I'll venture an estimate of $10-$15 including tip, provided traffic isn't overly heavy. UPDATE (in response to TheModel) Way. I based my $10-$15 estimate on starting at Madison and East 23rd and no significant traffic delays (such as on a weekend). I agree with you that it's a minimum. Remember also that it's a straight shot from Madison down the Bowery, which drops you onto Pearl at the Brooklyn Bridge. If traffic isn't bad, it's a quick trip without the need to go crosstown (which is often where the big delays are).
$2,000 just kidding---> madison ave. is just an avenue and it's long and goes all the way uptown, you might want to add some details as to what street on madison ave. and where on pearl st.? this can't be answered correctly p.s. Don W $15 no way unless it's like 4am. LoL
10-15$ yea maybe somewhere in the midlde of the night but not i nthe rush hours madison ave is loooooooooong depends where you are pearl street is near brooklyn bridge i would sya about maybe 30-40$