Farnam Excalibur Sheath Cleaner

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Farnam Excalibur Sheath Cleaner

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Farnam® Excalibur® Sheath Cleaner for Horses

 

Non-irritating sheath cleaner containing Tea Tree Oil specifically developed to be fast and easy in the removal of accumulated body oils, dirt and debris (smegma)

·         Gently softens, loosens and removes smegma from horse’s sheath

·         Excellent for breeding stallions

·         Can also be used on mares, as a spot cleanser or whitener

 

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This works well on both my geldings and I have used it for years. Use warm water for rinse.
BRENDAN F on Jul 31, 2015
It works.
SUSAN G on Apr 4, 2015
Geldings.
KRISTIN J on Jul 1, 2015
Works awesome
SHERI P on Jun 8, 2014
How many times in a year do you need to do this cleaning? Or, is it only when they are having issues.
Kimberly K on Aug 8, 2014
Best Answer: Some horses need to have this done often (2 X a month), while others can go a few months. Check your horse when bathing, gently going up inside to clean the outside then inside to check for and remove the small, hard yellow balls that form there. You may need someone to hold the horse and reward him with something while you do this. If he is especially difficult, you may need a sedative, or you can wait to do it when he is otherwise sedated for a dental or another procedure.
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