In addition to other agreements, Connor was to feed horses, giving several thinner horses special care and feeding.
Toward the end of winter, Gary observed some yearlings starting to slip, though he was assured by Connor that he was following feeding instructions.
In June this year, proud dad JP then confirmed the arrival of baby India in an adorable post on social media.
Sharing a snap of himself holding his newborn's tiny hand, he wrote, ' I' M A DADDY'.
Kim Brummond, informed Gary they had a problem and would be taking a mare and foal. Brummond and Gary have a history dating back 18 years.
Gary was selling a stallion to a woman in Maine, who brought the horse to Dr.
Gary, who owns a family counseling practice in Dickinson, has developed medical issues in his spine and hip problems.
In December of last year, Gary hired John Connor, a seemingly knowledgeable horseman, claiming to be a master carpenter, horse trainer, and equine massage therapist, as reported by Protect the Harvest, to aid Gary in daily ranch operations.
"The lady from Maine took my horse."Around the same time, Gary was missing a foal that was a few days old. She said the mare was dry and that Gary had an orphan colt.A cow laid with her back downhill and bloated, an 18-year-old mare died by the tank after seemingly being electrocuted by inadequate wiring, which was repaired, and a ten-year-old mare and yearling died for unknown reasons.Several cattle didn't make it through the winter and Connor was instructed to move the dead cattle to an area where the other livestock could not be in contact.[sic] Since India's arrival, both Binky and JP have flooded their social media accounts with the cutest photos of their daughter, including one of her swimming, one of her wrapped up in a towel and another one of her sleeping.Thirteen of Gary Dassinger's horses were taken in April on suspicion of animal abuse.
He retorted that his hired man had been caring for the animals and that he would be caring for his animals himself and things would be changing.