Baking soda?? I'd much rather smell cow poop than any perfume. Marsha
Slather that dear cow in poop and you’re all set!!😂🤣
NO DON'T !! Once my dog had eaten a large quantity of horse manure. Her breath was unspeakable. I thought maybe a peppermint would be like a breath mint. The resulting peppermint/manure breath about killed me.
Perfume/ manure mix may be just as awful. Any perfume makes me nauseous.
Julie wife, mom to 3 wonderful kids
Currently Cow-less for the first time in 11 years RIP-- Rose-Jersey RIP-- Abby - Jersey Rosie-- Jersey past family cow Lily -- Angus / Jersey past family cow 2 appaloosas- Candy, Sierra 2 dogs--Tess, Sunny a herd of 22 Boer goats a variety of chickens 3500+ pigs in our care at any given time. 1 house/outside cat-Shane
Post by mommasquilts on Jan 16, 2019 18:15:53 GMT -5
That reminds me of the bird we had when I was a child. The bird got wet and didn’t smell very good so mama put a dab of perfume on him. Then he smelled worse. He got renamed to “dirty bird“. Dirty bird was a very personable creature and love to get right up under your nose. We tried not to hang out with dirty bird when he got wet.
Post by grammagrace on Jan 16, 2019 21:04:58 GMT -5
I thank everyone for ideas. If I had a heated place is scrub her good but I use olive oil on my hands then wash that off with hot soapy water. She only got milked once today. I just couldn't this morning. I had a horrible night. The hurting just builds after every exposure. Pain meds do not touch it. I've been told pot might. Not legal in Iowa . But I'm about ready for illegal. She was just as strong tonight as yesterday. How can people put that stuff on their bodies?
Post by grammagrace on Jan 17, 2019 10:16:43 GMT -5
My son who found the bottle said it was shaving lotion. But it's bad. raerae I've smelled some pretty stinky people but no one was close to this stuff. Natural body oder can be bad. But this stuff makes me hurt.
Post by simplynaturalfarm on Jan 17, 2019 11:55:33 GMT -5
You want to talk ick, headache and pain, shaving lotion. DH likes to wear it when he goes places and I get sick. He comes back and gets no hugs or kisses too the clothes are in wash and he showered. Even then the residual smell means I'll sleep in living room. He keeps it in his vehicle which I can't use...
Does hanging a heavy blanket over her help? You could sure it out in between milking. What about milking with latex gloves so you don't contact it? I wish we could help from afar..
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