New Research Cautions Against Sheath Cleaning

Have you ever wondered why we clean sheaths when horses in the wild seem quite healthy without this intrusion?  It turns out that smegma has antimicrobial properties.  As usual, the natural way is the best way, the way horses have evolved .  Read the research here:

http://www.equisearch.com/article/sheath-cleaning-necessary-25827?utm_source=EquiSearchNL&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Newsletter

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One comment on “New Research Cautions Against Sheath Cleaning

  1. w8n4jesus says:

    Sounds reasonable to me. I will have to research this a little better. Always a nasty job!

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