Caring for Gypsy Cob Feather.

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Caring for Gypsy Cob Feather.

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    04-08-2012, 02:25 AM
Question Caring for Gypsy Cob Feather.

Does anyone have experience with washing and chalking feather on a cob or similarly feathered horse. All 4 of my horses have a bunch of crumbly bits of stuff in the feather where those "knuckle" things break off and crumble in the hair. I have never had anyone talk about how they get this out easier than just picking at it and it is pretty thick in a couple of my horses feather. Does anyone know what I am talking about and know any tips on getting it out. Thanks
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