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    02-14-2013, 09:13 PM
  #41
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If I did want to buy some of that stuff, how would I?
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    02-14-2013, 09:33 PM
  #42
Weanling
"The salve is antibacterial & antifungal. It stays put until I clean it off with saline. The wound bed stays very clean and protected with coating of salve."

So do you make it yourself? What is the salve is it a top secret? If it work as will as the action filly turned out I will stick around to see how the new cut truns out.
     
    02-14-2013, 09:54 PM
  #43
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"The salve is antibacterial & antifungal. It stays put until I clean it off with saline. The wound bed stays very clean and protected with coating of salve."

So do you make it yourself? What is the salve is it a top secret? If it work as will as the action filly turned out I will stick around to see how the new cut truns out.
She said earlier that either her or someone in her family makes it I believe.

It's looking great, the granulation tissue looks less in the most recent pictures. I see a healing wound for sure, good job, can't wait to see it in a few weeks, it's going to look great.
     
    02-14-2013, 10:08 PM
  #44
Green Broke
Wow! It already shows some improvement. I look forward to watching it progress.

And I second what Tinyliny asked.
     
    02-14-2013, 10:11 PM
  #45
Weanling
It does seem to be doing a good job the only thing I would do different is have a vet shave the area. But I would like to know how its made
     
    02-14-2013, 10:30 PM
  #46
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I think that 6Wranch makes it herself or it's made by her family. It's a trade secret, so not sure how much she will share about how it's made.
     
    02-17-2013, 07:26 PM
  #47
Foal
This was taken 3 days ago:



These today:



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    02-17-2013, 08:18 PM
  #48
Started
Wow! Great!!!
     
    02-17-2013, 09:29 PM
  #49
Foal
Thank you. I decided not to wrap the pastern area & turn her out a few hours daily since the salve stay's put, but today there's a new issue. The first day after she was injured, when I discovered the nasty cut she got out in the pasture, I got her up to doctor the cut. It was really inflamed and painful. I put her in our stock so I could doctor her better. She kicked, and I mean NAILED the steel post in the stock. Now I wish I'd done a dmso, furacin, dex sweat wrap to see if I could keep the contusion in check. She was still a bit of a bronc, so I didn't wrap her. Just gave her bute. Well now, approx 8-9 days later, the contusion is starting to surface.

I've got an ichthammol draw going, and have her on a round of tucoprim. I may start another thread for whoever is interested in seeing how this new issue develops. This wrap is not as padded as I normally do, but I wasn't sure how she'd take to the wrap so I did it less padding, but not as tight. She took the wrapping fine, so next time I will wrap slightly tighter, but more padded. This is the same leg as the pastern injury. The pastern injury barely shows. Always something.



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    02-19-2013, 03:04 PM
  #50
Weanling
Its really looking good from cut to today how long has it been?
     

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