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RE: Beans talk

Nope...not at all. It feels like talcom powder on your hands...but to
soft-skinned insects like fleas, ticks, lice etc. it is like shards of
glass that cuts them and they dehydrate and die.

Donna <gossiper@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
Really-- hum, doesn't that irate their skin?


> O.K. ya'll...after doing my "due diligence" on natural flea control (and
> also, because of the goats who get lice..not the kind that get on
> people...but bothersome to them) I researched "food grade" diatomaceaus
> earth and then searched for a reasonably priced one...and found it. I
> tried it on the dogs and cats first because the fleas are HORRIBLE here.
> Works like a charm. Tried it on the goats. Works like a charm. You just
> rub it in their coats and walk away. The fleas and other pests are gone
> within a couple of days and it stays that way as long as they have some
> of the powder on them. I will never be without it again. I ordered four
> 5 lb. bags of it. Should last me awhile..and it only cost me $25.31.

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