Well after being attacked by the grey ***** this morning, James came to my defence, I fed them both and ambled out to feed Stella and Kate. Stella is in a mood, (must be something in the air) I had to hold the buckets at shoulder height for the horses as the sheep and a lamb were bullying them. Hard to imagine the great big horses being pushed off their tucker by a couple of sheep and a lamb. However, it gave me my daily workout holding the buckets with feed in. I think I'll go back to the potato sacks.
Stella. I do believe she may be on the mend up front. Her hair seems to be growing around her ears and face and I noticed some colour around her girth area. But her Butt is showing the signs of the hair loss. Seems to be moving south. That person in the other thread with the horse with the bad hair cut has nothing on Stella. At least she can take her horse out and all she will get is hands pointing and a few sniggers. When I take Stella out you would think she has the plague and all she is doing is keeping in step with me and the bald look.
I am maintaing the treatment, mycosorb and mineral supplement but adding one more treatment. I am going to wash her chest with head and shoulders shampoo just a trial area first, and also an area not effected with hair loss. If there is no reaction after a couple of days its another bath for her. That is if I can catch her, she has the snitch with me after the last cold bath she had to endure. The fact that I was also getting wet by the cold water seems to have escaped her notice. But then again she is only a horse.
And I have managed to swipe a couple more carrots from unsuspecting posters not to mention any names CW
Token aka Stan