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post #11 of 15 Old 03-23-2013, 08:12 PM Thread Starter
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I would get clean horse, or xterra. Any true bloodroot black salve will get rid of that. Cutting it off will likely cause more problems. Fifty bucks for a jar and it will be gone for good. That's what I use, and haven't had to reapply it. Cleanhorse.com. BTW, this is not a wound salve, it's entirely different. I've noticed sarcoids are becoming increasingly problematic.
Ty for the website info. I just looked I am going to order it :) sounds really good.. Also your horse had them? Did you you use the wound cream after? Any info would help :) n Ty everyone :)
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post #12 of 15 Old 03-23-2013, 08:14 PM Thread Starter
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Google Sacroid and go under Google's pics section... warning graphic... they can get them anywhere

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omg those r horrible :( how fast do they grow? I noticed earlier this week.. Ty
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post #13 of 15 Old 03-23-2013, 08:38 PM
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omg those r horrible :( how fast do they grow? I noticed earlier this week.. Ty
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The Million Dollar Question, my little baby got one about 2 years old, it grew almost overnight to a quarter size, vet said not to worry it was a young Horse thing. It disappeared on its own about 2 years later.

He did say others have to be removed by freezing or chemo.

I do not remember why he said this one was different....

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May all your Trails be happy and safe ones

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Ty for the website info. I just looked I am going to order it :) sounds really good.. Also your horse had them? Did you you use the wound cream after? Any info would help :) n Ty everyone :)
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I didn't use anything but the clean horse for the sarcoid. It was aggressive. Right on my gelding's side. Personally, I wouldn't wait, I'd just nip it now while it's small. You barely have to use any salve. I've found them on two of our fillies. I'm going to get after it. They are about like your's. We never had trouble in years past, but seems to be a growing problem.
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post #15 of 15 Old 03-23-2013, 08:59 PM Thread Starter
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SouthernTrailsGA, thank you for all the help and info :) 6W ranch gave me a website clean horse :) and I thank you also :) the info on there products was very helpful.. Thank you both I am going to order some of the sarcoid remover and also the wound cream for after :) wish me luck it works :) I will keep you posted on how it goes :)
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