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Published on Jun 5, 2009

TESSSIE'S sweet itch

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Daisy Scowen
I briught an oil from scotland for my girly its fit neem oik in it it absolutely stinks and u have had to stop using ismt as it burns her skin but if you can find something that has beem oil in it it works a treat also ive been using cows udder cream that works too try to avoid oils as tgey heat up and burn the skin also avoid using main and tail conditioners as it attracts the flys xx
Sparkle Twinkles
Put a rug on the horse at night x and use some fly repellant if u use a rug the flys won't be attracted and the horse won't rub xxxx
Joe Massini
http://www.equisearch.com/horses_care/health/illnesses_injuries/eqsweetitc378/ look at this I have the same problem with a thoroughbred mare from a starved rescue I volunteer at florida trac. she is so sweet. hope this helps
amanda dougan
Use MTG my horse had sweet itch and hives they were really bad I started it about a week ago and they are almost gone, she had a bald spot on her mane and her tail was cut buy her previous owner and has grown at least 4 in. So I really suggest it hope your horse gets better
Start with half a cup of low acidity olive oil for one week and reducing it to a quarter of a cup also there should always be a salt block near ur horse no sweets and spray him down with 4to1 household bleach at night only ringing it off in the morning using DOVE soap bar trust me I've done this to a bunch of horses and it always works
riko mateo
us vinegar it work
Audra Sheehan
Please be careful with MTG if you live in a high sun area. Because it is petroleum AND Sulfer based, it can blister the skin. I'm having good luck with my fillies sweet itch by giving her 1/2 a cup fresh ground flax seed 2x a day in her feed (she only gets Soaked Beet Pulp), and HistAll in the mornings. This is the ONLY thing I've found to help relieve her itching. Also spraying her with vinegar seems to be helping as well. Good luck. (PS I'm in Bama, so I do NOT use MTG, had a mare blister BAD!
Chloe Emily
hey my cob has just got sweet itch i hd a welsh section d thatha it bad i used benzo bensildine i think its quite expensive but it works wonders for hair growth and sweet itch i use ahome made concotion witch is a pint of olive oil 1/4 of lemon juice an 20 drops of tea tree oi put it ina spray bottle shake well ! putit on every day and a fly rug :D hopethis helps :D
I use flyrugs too. I have cheaper ones btw, but they work perfectly. And it's the ONLY thing that works. 
My experience is only special blankets help. I have a haflinger and shetlandpony and they're both in those blankets now. That is what helps. All the other stuff on the market I already used and it only helps a short while or it's so expensive it's impossible to use constantly. 
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