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Farnam Excalibur Sheath Cleaner

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Farnam Excalibur Sheath Cleaner

$9.74

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Product Summary:

 

Farnam® Excalibur® Sheath Cleaner for Horses

 

Non-irritating sheath cleaner containing Tea Tree Oil specifically developed to be fast and easy in the removal of accumulated body oils, dirt and debris (smegma)

·         Gently softens, loosens and removes smegma from horse’s sheath

·         Excellent for breeding stallions

·         Can also be used on mares, as a spot cleanser or whitener

 

For Product Label and MSDS Sheet, please click on Manufacturer’s Information to the right.

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Item Number Model Number UPC
SLT170179 82812 086621828124

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works great and keeps horses happy and clean
Susan B on Oct 27, 2018
This product does a great job on a really icky job.
Jennifer f on Sep 19, 2018
works great and keeps horses happy and clean
Susan B on Oct 27, 2018
I use this on my horses legs only as my vet does not recommend using sheath cleaner in the sheath due to problems rinsing. It does work well on his legs to remove the sebum that accumulates there.
Cheryl D on Oct 17, 2018
This product does a great job on a really icky job.
Jennifer f on Sep 19, 2018
recommended by friend
JoAnne N on Jun 4, 2018
Best ever for removing grime.
VICKI A on Apr 29, 2018
Have used this before on my geldings and it works and decided to compare Farman and EZall to see which seems to do the job best
Beverly B on Apr 20, 2018
Ive never used a sheath cleaner. Decided id try this out
Aly M on Jan 27, 2018
Work for girlie parts too!
Dana W on Sep 11, 2017
Used it for years, best product for the job
CJ F on Apr 26, 2017
Both of my boys have Horribly dirty sheaths!! I feel as if I am always getting gunk out no matter how much I clean. I am hoping this will help alleviate some of the issues.
Michelle S on Feb 16, 2017
A friend recommended it to me.
Shelley C on Aug 7, 2015
My vet does not believe male horses need sheaths cleaned, and if the geldings didn't drop to reveal the encrusted flakes that do smell badly, I would not be concerned. But that is not the case and this product seems to detach the crude quick without irritation.
April G on Apr 25, 2015
Works great on my gelding. Rinse clean and removes buildup without a lot of effort
TeAh P on Mar 24, 2015
Excalibur is a tried and true, safe product that works very well. It is non irritating and does not cause any side effects. A great sheath cleaner.
Olexandra B on Jan 28, 2015
Quality product for a great price
Alice H on Sep 6, 2014
My gelding's sheath is stinky. Vet recommended this product.
Baby Oil worked so well that I never used this!!!
vicki r on Jun 22, 2014
2 geldings
Donna W on Apr 15, 2014
This has been the stuff I use to clean my geldings sheaths with for around 25 years. It does a good enough job that I've never tried anything else.
Jeanine S on Dec 10, 2013
I use this on my horses legs only as my vet does not recommend using sheath cleaner in the sheath due to problems rinsing. It does work well on his legs to remove the sebum that accumulates there.
Cheryl D on Oct 17, 2018
recommended by friend
JoAnne N on Jun 4, 2018
can I use this on mare's udder?
Seastar on Jul 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The product label does show it can be used on mares' udders:
http://www.statelinetack.com/ContentFiles/Associated_Content/excaliburlabel.pdf