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    01-16-2012, 10:01 PM
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Yearling
Mane growth question

I recently got a braider to braid my horse at the last show that I was at. I normally braid my own and others but I did not have the time, unfortunately. The person who braided cut his mane too short to support strong braids (it's about 3-4 inches long now, and his mane is on the thicker side, even with pulling.) Anyway, are there any shampoos or remedies where I can make his mane grow back to normal at a faster rate? I've been washing it with a shampoo that isn't supposed to dry out the natural oils, which I think is supposed to help.

Thanks everyone!
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    01-18-2012, 11:50 AM
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Weanling
MTG (Mane tail groom) might work. Or Coconut oil for that matter. I personally like MTG though. Just put the MTG in the roots of his name every week or so.
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    01-18-2012, 03:42 PM
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Yearling
MTG won't work. Honestly I would just put him on a biotin supplement. The best - and one of the most affordable ones on the market is Vita Biotin Crumbles. It's water soluble so you don't have to worry about OD'ing them on one vitamin.

I originally used it on my gelding when we first bought him because he had terrible feet... With this, his feet got stronger, and his crappy tail grew VERY quickly. Now I use it as hair support also :)

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    01-18-2012, 03:54 PM
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Yearling
Thanks for the suggestions!

I know of a few people at my barn who swear by MTG. I've never heard of the supplement but I'll look into it for sure!
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    01-27-2012, 12:26 AM
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Yearling
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Originally Posted by PaintsPwn    
MTG won't work. Honestly I would just put him on a biotin supplement. The best - and one of the most affordable ones on the market is Vita Biotin Crumbles. It's water soluble so you don't have to worry about OD'ing them on one vitamin.

I originally used it on my gelding when we first bought him because he had terrible feet... With this, his feet got stronger, and his crappy tail grew VERY quickly. Now I use it as hair support also :)

Vita-Biotin Crumbles - Horse Hoof Supplements from SmartPak Equine
Thank you for putting this on here. I used to feed biotin crumbles years ago and then all my feed stores quit selling them and then the place I ordered them from online quit and I have been looking for them for forever and finally just gave up.
     
    01-27-2012, 10:17 AM
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Foal
I use MTG on my mare once a week and I am seeing a huge difference. The smell is horrible but the price is low, and its a simple weekly routine. Some people don't like it because some horses have allergic reactions, or they don't see the results they were expecting. I defiantly recommend it :)
     
    01-27-2012, 05:21 PM
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Foal
I'm seconding the biotin, when we got Bella she'd been roached so we put her on biotin to help her hair grow back and its amazing.
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