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Re: [RC] Livestock Marker removal - Faustina Duffy

Does that mean that the cows WON'T come home?
I use a chunk of grill cleaning block, or slicker block after the paint has had a week or so to dry, IF I actually try to remove it.  Mine tend to stay so black with mud the marks don't show through...though I have had neighbors comment on the same horse going to the sale so often, and always coming back home...
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Sent: Friday, February 29, 2008 5:58 PM
Subject: [RC] Livestock Marker removal

Best thing I've found, esp. when that winter hair gets started is a cat slicker brush.  First brush with the hair, then brush against.  Any ruminants will be gone after the next rain. 
Wendy Mancini and the hairy Quarter Horses
Old Meadow Jim
Dusty Grand Bonanza

[RC] Livestock Marker removal, wendy mancini