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  1. Grooming, clipping, bathing & equipment used
    Who wants to learn how to make a home-made horse shampoo? Here are the Basic Ingredients: • 1 cup Dr. Bronners Liquid Soap • 1 tsp. Jojoba Oil • 1 tsp. Fractionated Coconut Oil • 2 tsp. Vegetable Glycerin • 2 tsp. Witch Hazel • Essential Oils (optional) Just mix in together...
  2. Horse Talk
    I am wondering if A DIY or Home-made is better than buying commercial shampoo. What are your thoughts?
  3. Horse Jobs Available & Seeking Positions
    Does Anyone Know of any websites to find work for farms?
  4. Grooming, clipping, bathing & equipment used
    I have used many, many tools in my grooming kit down at the stables but this tool ( ) is by far the best I ever used. Comes in 3 different sizes 2.5" for small animals such as cats/ guinea pigs and rabbits, 5" for dogs or 10" for horses. My dogs and stable friends love it...
  5. Grooming, clipping, bathing & equipment used
    So I heard that the best fly spray is absorbine ultrashield.. whats the difference between all of them? Theres ultrashield ex, red, orange, green.. whats the difference between all of them and which one is the best? Or if not absorbine, which fly spray is the best overall? not just the...
  6. Training, Performance, behavioral concerns/queries
    I always wore gloves while grooming my horses (at the previous equestrian facilities where I used to ride), but, at my current equestrian facility (where they teach great natural horsemanship), they advised me not to wear any gloves while brushing, grooming, cleaning hooves, etc...because the...
  7. Horse Health
    I found bot fly eggs on my mares legs tonight when I was grooming her, or at least I'm assuming they were (I've never seen them before). They were tiny little yellow dots that wouldn't come off with a brush. She was trying to itch her legs a lot too. I scraped off the eggs with a pumice...
  8. Grooming, clipping, bathing & equipment used
    My Tennessee Walker has a really short and ratty mane. We moved him from a bad barn a while ago and he had HORRIBLE worms. They're all gone now and have been gone for a while, but his mane still remains fizzy and broken. Any products that would help? I already use MTG for the mane growth once a...
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