Growing Hair

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Santas and Duhram Reds
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Re: Growing Hair

Postby Santas and Duhram Reds » Fri May 14, 2010 10:17 am

:lol: crazy hair breeds :lol:

This is what we do. Wash, comb down, show.
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Re: Growing Hair

Postby jamiehubbell01 » Thu Jan 26, 2017 9:24 am

shazam from moormans works just like hide & hair but cheaper. also kleen sheen after rinsing while in front of fans with a rice root brush also works wonders
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Re: Growing Hair

Postby DLD » Sat Jan 28, 2017 11:07 am

Kleen Sheen, Show Sheen, etc... do not promote hair growth. They make hair shiny because they coat it with oils. I'm not saying they're bad, just that they don't directly promote hair growth. Indirectly, maybe, in that you spray it on and the more you comb and brush and blow, the prettier it looks, so you tend to do more of that. There are some spray on products out there now that claim to nourish hair and promote growth - we're just now trying one of these. I'll try to remember to update in a few weeks and let you know what we think.

There are tons of feed supplements out there that are supposed to help grow hair. Everybody has their own opinion, but for us, I've felt like Shag has worked well. It is expensive, and we don't use it on every calf every time, but when we need it, it's our go to.
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