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    Question Baking Soda for coats?

    I was told recently that a small amount of baking soda in the feed will help shed coats more quickly. Does anyone have any experience with this? He said that it may make the manure loose for a day or so and then it would return to normal and it would also help with lactic acid buildup.



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    There isn't much in baking soda that would have any specific effect on hair that I'm aware of or can even conceive of, and I have a pretty vivid imagination.

    As to "helping with lactic acid buildup", well, if you already have lactic acid in the blood and were to inject about a dozen vials of the stuff IV, then maybe. Other than that, umm, no.

    I'd save it for the refrigerator.
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