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Chansu 11-05-2011 08:48 AM

MTG results?
 
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My mare has an extremely thin & short mane and forelock. her forelock is literally just like...3 hairs lol a few people have suggests MTG and i was wondering if any of you had some before and after photos of your horses mane after using MTG just to see if its worth buying. :)

heres Chances uhh...."forelock" and mane.

fancygirl 11-05-2011 04:35 PM

MTG works!
 
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My mare always had a nice tail and for some reason she started rubbing it and it was literally bald on top, I started using th MTG and in about 2 weeks you could see where the hair was growing back and she stopped rubbing almost immediately. I would recommend wearing rubber gloves when you put it on though, it smells nasty and the smell lingers on your hands if you dont. Good luck!

I attached a picture of what her tail looks like now, I dont have any before pictures sorry!!

animalartcreations 11-05-2011 08:13 PM

I've used MTG for hair growth, itchy skin, and rain rot. Works great! Yes, wear gloves and do a test area to make sure neither you nor your horse is allergic to the sulfur. If nobody reacts to it by the next day after the test, then go for it! Highly recommended.

Cinnys Whinny 11-05-2011 08:26 PM

Definitely wear gloves! Also, I would be very careful with putting it on the forelock area that it doesn't eventually run into her eyes. Even if it isn't running the first day you put it in, that stuff has a way of creeping all over the place.

I've been using it to regrow Cin's tail since he rubbed it out and most of the hair off his back legs when I first got him as he turned out to have FUNGUS when I got him :( It's been just 1 1/2 years and his tail is almost back to normal and I was told it would take at least 3 to grow it back the way it was.

myQHpaul 11-14-2011 12:45 PM

I use it on Raven's tail when she goes into heat and rubs it along the sides of her stalls. I see results within a week or two. She also scraped the hair off her leg and I use it there as well. Like others mentioned, wear rubber gloves when applying. Some people hate the smell but it reminds me of the fires we use to have while camping.

Idlepastures 11-14-2011 12:50 PM

I personally don't see results when I use it. I know it varies, but I don't have any luck :( I've been using it on my husbands quararab for about a week now, his tail is very thin.
Before this is from about a month or so ago
http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x...-34-16_318.jpg
After Took this one yesterday
http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x...-13-47_946.jpg

Cowgirls Boots 11-14-2011 12:55 PM

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i just bought some for my apps mane and tail because he rubbed out some of his tail and his hair is pretty thin. hopefully it works!

Cinnys Whinny 11-14-2011 01:36 PM

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Originally Posted by Idlepastures (Post 1232665)
I personally don't see results when I use it. I know it varies, but I don't have any luck :( I've been using it on my husbands quararab for about a week now, his tail is very thin.
Before this is from about a month or so ago
http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x...-34-16_318.jpg
After Took this one yesterday
http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x...-13-47_946.jpg

It takes more than a few weeks or a month.

Idlepastures 11-14-2011 01:42 PM

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Originally Posted by Cinnys Whinny (Post 1232738)
It takes more than a few weeks or a month.

I've used it before, because my friend swears by it. But have never been impressed enough to say its a 'wonder' product. But that is just me. I bought a bottle because I figured maybe it was just that horse. So I started using it on the husbands horse.

I very strongly dislike the smell of the product as well as the feel it leaves on the hair. But if it works, it works. Just hasn't worked for me yet :(

mls 11-14-2011 02:06 PM

Genetics are genetics. If a horse has a sparse mane and tail, it's likely due to fewer hair folicles. NOTHING you put on the horse is going to increase the amount of hair it can grow.


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