“I love it and I have used it for everything on my horses; I will not use anything else; love it.” ~Melissa Brumley
SO MANY USES!!!
Prevent & Treat with the Best Defense - COAT DEFENSE®
The dry barrier solution to equine skin & coat problems
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Officially obsessed with the drying paste! I literally use it for almost all skin issues... cannon crud, minor wounds and scratches, bug bites, sweet itch, mud fever, etc. Already on my 2nd large tub, and I only have two horses. Thanks for a fantastic, pure, natural and EFFECTIVE product, Coat Defense! Very grateful!
Love this product. Aug. 8 we took in a 32 yr. old mare. Neglect case. She had large areas on her body with bumps and scabs. Vet thought fungal. I bought 1 jar and pasted it on all the places using have a jar. It took care of most of the spots, so have used the other have to and applied to places I missed the first time. Really am impressed with this stuff.
Trouble Spot Drying Paste works wonders on mud scratches. You do have to attack the lesions early, not after you have a leg covered in scabs. But if you dress a few scabs early, and stick with it, treating them every day, you will most likely clobber them in about a week. If your horses are turned out and you live where it cools off a lot at night, making the grass very dewy, be sure to dry the legs and scab areas very well before applying the paste - it doesn't stick well to damp skin. If your horse does have a very bad case of mud scratches you will most likely need to get him on a course of antibiotics, but also use the Drying Paste, it will help speed up the healing time.
Coat Defense paste is a great product. It has healing properties and it keeps the wound covered. Keeping flies off a cut or wound is just as important as medicating it. Because it dries after applying when they roll nothing sticks to it. It stays covered for days so you don't need to reapply daily. Worth every penny. I buy it at my local tack store.