In every horse owners life there is the day when you have to deal with wounds. Horses are really prone to proud flesh. I experienced that myself many times over and have used different ways to control the developing of proud flesh including using copper sulphate.
However the one I loved best, was easiest to use and was not a health hazard to your horse (if they would lick and scratch on wounds which have copper sulphate on them) is the turmeric paste.
I found this tip on Facebook and thought it was worth writing it down:
So how can you check if your horse may have sand in its stomach? The easiest way we discovered is to get a long exam glove (the ones used for rectal examinations in horses - we were able to buy ours from a veterinary clinic).
We all experience the moment when we have to use bute. If your horse is anything like George, it will smell it in anything. I did not even try to put it into his food anymore. His food should be sacro sanct to him, I will not sneak anything into it. Eating is a very sensual experience to a horse and they do it with great dedication and pleasure.
|“To truly be with your horse means to be truly within yourself and to become your own leader, sovereign and authentic. Your horse is happy to serve you, to help you understand yourself, find yourself, and ultimately make the connection with yourself as you have never experienced before. It then has found its equilibrium and full potential together with you. You are one.” Petra Webstein|