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Re: RC: "Essential" Oils

Is he eating that garlic??? I think that stuff is raw!  We'll if he eats it, 
good for him.  I use about 2 tablespoons twice a day.  If your using the 
fresh garlic, he will definetly stink for sure.  About the hair that won't 
shed out.  Why don't you clip it and be done with it?  As long as you trim 
to the lenght of the summer hair coming in, you should be fine.  And then 
when it finally decides to fall out you won't have affected the summer hair. 
And don't you dare complain about bugs!  It has to be warm to have bugs and 
I'm still knee deep in snow (I live 15 miles west of Boston, MA - the snow 
should be gone by now!).


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>Well, my big paint horse is out in the pasture "stewing" as I write.  He 
>has these long guard hairs (some are  3 inches!) that won't shed out until 
>late April. I try (every year) a combination of clipping and plucking , but 
>they seem to continue growing until they finally fall out. Drives me 
>crazy!! This is south Texas, for heaven's sake, he hardly needs hair in the 
>WINTER! All of his other coat has shed, and is very short, so I have soaked 
>him in baby oil....Will let you know if it works.
>I found one of those jars of chopped fresh garlic(the quart size,from 
>Wal-Mart) in the back of my old refrigerator , rather than waste it(how 
>something can have so much odor, but so little flavor is beyond me) try it 
>on the horses- the flies and mosquitoes are BAD this year. I started  them 
>with about a tablespoon, now they probably get 2-3 ounces per feeding. Is 
>that about right, Carolyn? Wasn't sure what size scoop you were referring 
>to. <g> Had a mental picture of a 55 gallon drum of garlic powder, you with 
>a feed scoop of garlic.!!
>Billy Joe( I look, and smell, like a @#$% PIZZA!!.. BAM!!)
>Molly ( glad my hair is all even!!)

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