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post #31 of 33 Old 03-05-2013, 12:10 PM Thread Starter
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I also forgot to mention that I am using an fungus cream right now, if it doesn't show any approvement in going away, I will try something different.
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The best and fastest thing (and the cheapest) to kill ringworm is vinegar.

it will go away on its own but as said humans can also catch it.

If there are cattle around they probably passed it to her.

Just scrub any areas with the vinegar and it will be dead in a couple of days.
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The best and fastest thing (and the cheapest) to kill ringworm is vinegar.

it will go away on its own but as said humans can also catch it.

If there are cattle around they probably passed it to her.

Just scrub any areas with the vinegar and it will be dead in a couple of days.

I will try that!!! Thank you, I want it gone ASAP, because I just ordered a bridle, and want to start saddle breaking her in spring, and I heard it takes months for it to go!
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