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Offline classymountain

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Wet Hair
« on: January 18, 2018, 07:02:02 PM »
Hello I have a show steer that is around 900 pounds His hair is always wet any where from damp to soaking wet,  even when the temperature is -30 his hair is still wet or frosted up, he is eating and drinking good no fever or temp,  feeling good I just can't figure out why his hair is wet.  He has a lot of hair and is brushed daily,  blow him dry and with in 10 minutes he is wet again.  He is in a 3 sided lean to  with a outside run. I have asked and asked and  No one seems to know why any one out there have any idea's? What can I do???

Offline Snickers#48

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Re: Wet Hair
« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2019, 08:11:52 AM »
My steer gets wet alot when he is inside my barn too. I think it is because of the condensation from the roof.

 

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