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Protecting Cattle from Pink Eye

Protecting Cattle from Pink Eye – 3 Tips you need to know

By Brenda McCullers / July 1, 2020

Fly season is just around the corner. If you have cattle, you know flies can create a major problem with pink eye and protecting cattle from pink eye can be difficult. Face flies are attracted to the excessive tearing that occurs at the onset of this very contagious infection. As the face flies travel from…

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Curicyn Pink Eye Solution

By Brenda McCullers / May 29, 2020

Got livestock pink eye? We have the answer, Curicyn Pink Eye Solution, a gel-based product that specifically addresses Pink Eye and its effects. It is fast-acting, easy to use, non-invasive, and requires only 1 to 2 applications. And it helps promote healing in 1-3 days. The product is perfect for livestock, equine, goats, sheep, swine, companion pets, and more. Don’t believe us? Here is just a sampling of the feedback we are getting from ranchers that have already used this product.

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Pink Eye problems...Curicyn can help

Livestock Pink Eye problems…Curicyn can help

By Brenda McCullers / July 29, 2019

Livestock Pink Eye problems could have cost Mark between $500 to $900. Curicyn Pink Eye Solution made him a firm believer in the one-time application.

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Pink Eye Solution

Curicyn’s Pink Eye Solution for Livestock & Animals

By Brenda McCullers / May 16, 2019

Curicyn’s Pink Eye Solution for Livestock and Animals Curicyn’s Pink Eye Solution is a gel-based product. It specifically addresses Pink Eye and its effects. The product is perfect for livestock, equine, goats, sheep, swine, companion pets, and more. In addition, it helps promote healing in 1-3 days, is easy to use, and is a single…

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How to wean puppies

How to Wean Puppies

By Brenda McCullers / April 26, 2019

Your pup has six cute, adorable, bundles of fur. At feeding time, they quickly turn into piranhas. Mama is becoming impatient. You know her milk is providing the essential nutrients the pups need to grow and develop. Nonetheless, it is time to wean puppies. So how do you go about it? Here are a few…

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Pink Eye in Cattle a Personal testimony

Pink Eye in Cattle – A Personal Testimony

By Brenda McCullers / April 18, 2019

Are you struggling with pink eye in cattle? It is October 2018, and Hurricane Michael is ripping through the Florida panhandle, as well as, parts of Alabama and Georgia. Instantly, the lives of Curtis and Phoebe Williams change. Immediately, they are facing the long, drawn-out process of repairing physical damages to their farm. Little do…

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Tips to keep your horse stress free during transport

Tips to keep your horse stress-free during transport

By Brenda McCullers / April 14, 2019

It’s essential to understand the importance of keeping your horse stress-free during transport. A trip can be as hard on your horse as it is on you. It can leave your animal tired, sore, and uncomfortable. Whether you are a competitor, a trail rider, or just transporting your horse to a different location, preparations beforehand, a…

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BodyGuard Fly Flea Tick and Insect Repellent

BodyGuard Fly Spray. The only thing you need to be fly free…

By Brenda McCullers / April 13, 2019

    Curicyn’s BodyGuard Fly, Flea, Tick & Insect Repellent BodyGuard Fly spray is the only thing you need to be fly free. It is the perfect Curicyn product to have on hand during fly season. In addition to being safe for the environment, it is also safe and effective for your animal. In case…

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Curicyn's Equine Triage Kit

Equine Triage Kit

By Brenda McCullers / April 10, 2019

Check out the New Curicyn Equine Triage Kit. It is the perfect kit to have on hand in the barn, in your horse trailer, or strapped to your backpack when you go out for an afternoon ride. Order one today!   You may also be interested in our HORSE CARE TIP videos. Curicyn’s Equine Triage Kit  …

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Your pup had a C-section. 5 things you need to know before bringing her home…

By Brenda McCullers / March 26, 2019

Your fur baby just had puppies, but she had a C-section. Now, you are not only bringing home cute little bundles of fur, but you are also bringing home your girl who just went through major surgery. You leave the veterinarian’s office excited about the babies, but anxious about taking care of mama. Here are…

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