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stockman

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PostSubject: M-T-G success stories?   May 8th 2007, 8:11 am

I was just wondering if anyone had any M-T-G success or failure stories to share.
My gelding lost a chunk of his mane this winter to some sort of fungus and we are having good luck growing it back . We have just been applying it once a week but I hink I'm going to step that up to every three days because I want to get him banded by his next show ( not til early June). We've just been leaving it down but a banded mane looks 100% better. My arab mare has had an tennis ball sized patch of missing hair on her neck since we bought her apparently from a infected
IV insertion years ago. It's very noticeable because she is almost white but her skin is black! Anyway I started applying M-T-G yesterday. I'm going to apply it every day and see what happpens. It would be a true miracle if it grew back. I would be a true believer for life!
I hate the smell and the greasiness but I hope it's worth it. What do you think?
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PostSubject: Re: M-T-G success stories?   May 8th 2007, 10:29 am

Now get this, we have a mare that is alergic to nats. She rubs her mane and tail out every summer. We use that and it helps soooooo much. You got to love it. It really does the trick for her.

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PostSubject: Re: M-T-G success stories?   May 9th 2007, 1:04 am

My mom has a gelding that scratches himself bloody but she has been using M-T-G lately and so far he is in one piece! He is in a stall too but we will see what happens when she puts him out to pasture next week. Neutral He is one of those horses you constantly have to have a sleazy on plus some type of bug spray and even then that does not seem to work. She will put him in a pasture without any objects and he is just a mess the next day. I don't know how she puts up with it personally! Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: M-T-G success stories?   May 10th 2007, 8:32 pm

Love it!!! I use it on my show geldings tail all winter to keep it growing. I trim about 2 inches off in the fall and by spring its dragging on the ground. I also use it for his winter dry skin.

Only down fall is the smell.
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PostSubject: Re: M-T-G success stories?   May 24th 2007, 1:34 am

Hi Everyone: Would one of you be so kind and tell me what M -T -G is and where I might get some? Many thanks, Smokey
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PostSubject: Re: M-T-G success stories?   May 24th 2007, 7:48 am

Smokey, I think Mane and Tail makes it, but I'm not sure... maybe somebody will jump in here and let ya know... I think I've heard it stinks to high heaven.
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PostSubject: Re: M-T-G success stories?   May 24th 2007, 12:12 pm

No, it's made by Shapley's , the same people that make those show touch up sprays. We got it a Family Farm and Home, which is kind of like Tractor Supply. I've seen it lots of places though. Or you could order it direct I suppose. Just google Shapley's or M-T-G tail and it should take you to their website.
It smells god-awful and you definitely have to shake it up before you apply. It settles badly. It smells like really strong barbeque sauce LOL!! It's working good for me though!!
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