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Keeping Clean in a muddy pasture?

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        04-10-2009, 08:51 PM
    I have a grey (basically white) mare and I keep a light summer sheet on her on the days it is warmer and a heavier one for when it is really cold the only thing wrong with it is I don't have anything to cover her neck (so of course she scratches it on the muddiest areas lol) and her legs and belly are constantly muddy and there isn't much you can do with wet mud but rinse it off (but you said you don't have running water?) so I guess you would have to wait for it to dry (I believe someone already mentioned working them somewhere dry and then brushing off the dried mud) and I believe someone already mentioned this also but you need to watch out for the "rotting" it is NOT fun :P anyways sorry for the super long post about stuff people already covered...good luck!
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        04-11-2009, 06:21 PM
    sheets,slinkeys, and tail bags

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