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valleyshowman

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I was in tn showing and somebody was tellin me to feed dried seaweed to lower their body temp. Is this true if so what do i ask for at the feed mill? Does it work and how much should i feed?
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Jill

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Yes, it is true, if you ask for dried seaweed or kelp they should know what you are talking about, the biggest brand name out there is TASCO.  Purina added TASCO to their show products a few years back and if you are feeding a bagged feed check to make sure it isn't already in there. 
 

kanshow

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Sunglo has a new product that is supposed to work.    IT's called Epic.  It came out late enough in the season that we didn't get a chance to run on it.  I've got a couple customers who are going to try it this fall & winter. 
 

knabe

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sorry to be ignorant, but why do you need to feed it when it is cool, is body heat still a problem compared to spring and summer?  do people with cold rooms feed it?  what is the proof of the product, tempurature points over extended periods of time with and without the feed with an ambient temperature line one can compare against?
 

pigguy

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kanshow said:
Sunglo has a new product that is supposed to work.    IT's called Epic.  It came out late enough in the season that we didn't get a chance to run on it.  I've got a couple customers who are going to try it this fall & winter.  
where are from?? we have heard great things about it also
 

kanshow

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Maine12 - Do you know of anyone who's tried it?  Do you have any calves on it now?  I have a couple guys who want to try it - they are showing bulls this fall/winter.   

sorry to be ignorant, but why do you need to feed it when it is cool, is body heat still a problem compared to spring and summer?  do people with cold rooms feed it?  what is the proof of the product, tempurature points over extended periods of time with and without the feed with an ambient temperature line one can compare against?
Good questions, all I know so far is that it works to stimulate hair growth on all types and does not contain melatonin.  I haven't seen the actual label yet but will be getting some in on my next truck so might be able to answer more about it then.   

 
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