The results of gastroscopy following the Pasture period with extra haylage feeding for all horses, were similar to the HF horses following the Training period. These unexpected results may be related to the retention of the pre fermented feed (haylage) in the stomach leading to continuing fermentation with increased volatile fatty acid (VFA) production in the stomach. The consumption of bedding and coprophagy shown by the LF group may have limited the previously reported high risk of gastric ulceration on a lowfibre diet..
A tight waistband can be uncomfortable but one that’s too loose may mess up your entire look, resulting in bulk in all the wrong places. “As much as women have the tendency to wear jeans too small, guys usually wear them too big,” says Peyrache. Next time you hit the dressing room, grab a size smaller than you normally would, and then once you have them on do the finger check: You shouldn’t be able to put more than two fingers in the waistband..
If your fabric is super tight together, it’s probably best to try the needle and thread trick, like Thrifty Frugal Mom uses. Pull a threaded needle through the snag’s loop, knot the thread to the snag, then push the needle through the base of the snag’s hole. Then, snip the thread (not the pulled fabric) to keep a knot in the back and you’re done..
With your phone’s camera becoming the input device, apps are popping up that let you view a building in your city and find out if there is available office space for rent in it, make newspapers, magazines and outdoor imagery come to life, get translation on the fly or see a person’s social profile as they pass you on the street.As our desire to check in and share location related media grows, we’re going to see the ability to overlay those actions on real space through these tools and new ones coming.Projection mapping has been around for a few years now, but it is starting to come into its own with some high profile stunts. Projection mapping software looks at the shape of an object and creates a 3D map of it, allowing an artist to overlay imagery usually on a large surface or structure.Why is this interesting? Because it provides the ability to change the experience of a physical object creatively, so at one point the object was one thing, and then right in front of your eyes it appears to be another. Ralph Lauren made a recent splash with this tech at a high profile event, projecting a 3D spectacle on the facades of flagship stores in New York and London.Infiniti and Toyota have used the technique effectively to make their cars defy the laws of nature at private events.