The Sheep Who Hatched an Egg by Gemma MerinoLola is proud of her amazing wool. After all, everyone on the farm tells her how beautiful she looks. She spends hours brushing her wool to keep it shiny and silky. Until one day when the weather gets hot, and all the sheep have to get haircuts—including Lola! She’s so upset without her wool that she runs away and hides by herself. And when her wool finally grows back, it’s tangled, messy…HORRIBLE! But hiding in Lola’s wool is a wonderful surprise, one that will help her realize that she doesnt have to be pretty or perfect in order to be a friend…or to be extraordinary!
Growing Healthy Hair for Summer Shows
Skin and hair is of the upmost importance in the showring today. Not only has Hide and Hair been shown to grow hair but it encourages skin health which is essential for optimum hair growth. Hide and Hair contains kelp and seaweed which has been shown to lower body temperature. It contains no added copper so it is safe for sheep but it does contain Ammonium Chloride to aid in the prevention of Urinary Calculi. This new product comes in pelleted form, is extremely palatable, and best of all it contains no melatonin.
Website By Ranch House Designs. Sheep Products. Sure Shine. SHINE will make hair pop and shine like no other product we have ever used. SHINE is light, non-oily, weightless and dries in an instant.
Provides mg of melatonin per ounce. One quart.
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With Spring-like temperatures sweeping across much of the country, it is time to make sure you are already working with your show cattle to get rid of their winter hair coat, and make sure that a new healthy hair coat is growing and will be ready for late spring and summer shows. There are two basic alternatives to ridding your calf of the old, dead hair. First, and perhaps the more common method is to shear your animal. Clip your calf in a downward direction or with the grain of its hair using a plucking blade or beveled comb or blade. Typically this is done starting on their topline and in a downward stroke all the way to their bellyline.
Started by kirk The Big Show. Started by Jason Help. Started by mainecattlemother The Big Show. September 24, , PM. Member Posts: 63 Karma 0. I have always heard not to feed "grow N shine" to heifers.