Muck Itch

Muck-Itch Spray 32 oz

4.85
$19.95
Item# 3943
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Weight: FOB 4.0 Lbs
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Muck-itch by Muck Itch is one of the most common skin disorders found in horses throughout the country. It occurs when a bacterium called Dermatophilus congolensis is present. It is caused from prolonged rainfall resulting in a damp environment, muddy conditions, morning dew along with increased humidity and high temperatures.

Under normal conditions, a horse’s external layer of skin provides a protective barrier from bacteria invasion. But when a horse’s skin remains wet for long periods of time, the skins normal defense mechanisms weakens and Muck-itch occurs. Horses are very sore and sensitive in these areas. This can also be known as Rain Scald, Dew Poisoning, Mud Fever, Scratches, Mud Rash, Cracked Heels or Rain Rot.

 Our Products benefit the “whole” Horse with the use of Organic Essential Oils. Muckitch Products go beyond the actual call of typical grooming products. They address the exterior, while maintaining and promoting the physical and psychological well being for both horse and rider. Muck-itch Skin Saver.

 It is an inexpensive treatment that conditions the skin as it heals the horse and encourages rapid hair growth. It will not bleach the hair and continues to work for 24 hours. It is painless and results are seen within two days. Muck-itch Skin Saver has a pleasant smell and is extremely easy to use.

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
4.85

(based on 11 reviews)

By Mary S. Big Dees Employee

April 12, 2016
5.05
"This product works wonderful to soften mud fever so it can easily be removed. It did not irritate my horses sensitive skin and helped speed up the healing process."
By Ruby
FL
April 12, 2016
5.05
"Muck itch cleared it up within a couple of days."
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April 12, 2016
5.05
"Ive been using this to treat Scratches on two horses and it works fast and amazing!"
By Terik Hartz
OH
April 12, 2016
4.05
"I went to Bid Dees when I discovered that my Leopard Appaloosa, Sienna had a weird type of rash all over her belly. This first thing I thought was that it looked like my own rashes when I have been exposed to Poison Ivy or Poison Summac. I bought Muck-Itch and applied it to my horses belly. The rash cleared up but resurfaced on her sides a couple of days later. I kept applying the Muck-Itch wherever the rash appeared and within a day or so the rash disappeared. Since then I use Muck-Itch whenever my horse has rain rot, rashes, or scratches. I am very happy with Muck-Itchs results on my horse."
By Annette Linkous
OH
April 12, 2016
5.05
"I used muck itch on some very dry areas. Within days it was gone. "