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post #1 of 5 Old 09-15-2010, 02:36 PM Thread Starter
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Udder Cream

Might sound like a stupid question, but what does it do? Is it ok to use on horses? The reason I ask is that I went to my horse shop, picked it up to read it and I got a very funny look from the cashier girl so thought I was being an idiot. I have seen articles that say you can use it for mud fever but that can't be all it does.

My mare gets quite dry skin in that area, its not red, not sore to touch but it just looks quite dry. I was looking for a cream that is sensitive enough to use, any suggestions?

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post #2 of 5 Old 09-15-2010, 02:39 PM
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There are several products marketed as udder balm, etc. Most people use them for dry chapped hands, etc.

What you are considering dry skin might simply be dirty old skin.
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Ok makes sense, so is there anything you suggest? Or should I just clean with warm-ish water and just use something like sudocrem (if you have heard of that!) ?
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Unless there is actually something wrong I would probably not put anything on it. Sure, clean it with warm water if you want.
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Ah right cool, not broke don't fix it, suppose I just saw it and instantly worried about it. Thanks for the advice.
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