Hoof dressing

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    Layne Member

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    I need a substitute for tuff stuff ...
    Anybody have a cheap recipe ?


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    Cody Gilreath Member

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    Cabinet Lacquer or Polyacrilic


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    Zach's Horseshoeing Member

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    Baby oil looks shiniy and cheep. And women love the smell :)

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    Mr. Perry Active Member

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    oil goes in your truck not on horse's feet:confused:
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    Zach's Horseshoeing Member

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    Baby oil is much better then all the other crap sold it the only thing iv used that doesn't dry there feet out

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    Dave Whitaker Active Member

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    +1 for sure..............

    I have had good luck with Hoof Guard over the years...... I think it does a pretty good job of sealing the foot back up and maybe holding the moisture already in the foot after you have rasped the surface off. It does seem to seal up the old nail holes pretty well too. I call it "monkey snot" and that gets the kids in the barn asking questions that can lead to some fun conversations....

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    Kim Turner Master of my own domain

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    How did that quote end up in this thread?
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    Red Amor Active Member

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    Its bad enough they make oil outta whales n monkeys n emus n goannas n stuf BUT BABIES how bad is that

    I get all sorts of does n donts about treating hooves with topical dressings
    I think its good for dry hooves and over hydrated hooves
    the hooves I see in my area that are done regularly seem to be the better of all I see
    I do think it better to put good minerals n nutrents in there gut n both treatments wont hurt

    Just dont want them oil or greesed just before I get there ay :rolleyes:
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    Zach's Horseshoeing Member

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    Red i wont shoe there horse if there all greasey or wet

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