A dull coat is indicative of either disease or depletion. Free-choice hay and minerals, and time are the best ways to get her coat shiny. You can also supplement with sunflower seeds. They have lots of fat in them and that will help.
Future wife to a husband
Future mother of some children
Arctic farming at it's finest:
Bonnie- Highland/Shorthorn cow
Saoirse her 2013 heifer calf
Sunny her 2013 heifer calf
Sweet Pea-Dexsey heifer
Hershey her 2013 bull calf
Adam, Joe, Cocoa and Cleo, the turkey herd
Dogs, cat, parakeets and fish
And when you've got her feed balanced, brushing is good for increasing circulation to the skin, removing dust and debris and spreading protective oils up the hair shaft.
Big Moo (dexter cow), Little Moo (dexter steer), Jack (lowline steer), Ziggy (lowline x dexter steer), Flora, Di & Daphne (lowline cows), Sieka (lowline x jersey heifer), Erg (lowline calf). A dozen sheep (dorper and awassi x white dorper), two cats, Willy the merino lamb and Alvin & Poppy the Amazing Maremmas.
Oh thanks. I didn't brush her as often when she was dried off cuz she was out in the other pasture. I finally have loose minerals available and I can try the sunseeds when I get her feed balanced. Never thought of orange oil.
Prairie Haven: I would like to post our Registered Jersey Bull for sale. How may I do that please?
Apr 16, 2015 8:49:27 GMT -5
zephyrhillsusan: Prairie Haven, check out the Dec. 30, 2014 shout out just above yours, and Wyomama explains it.
Apr 17, 2015 15:15:22 GMT -5
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