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MagnaWave Sheep and Goats for Show Ring Success

Sheep and goats have grown exponentially in popularity in recent years. Many farms have beautiful heritage breeds known for their unique wool, milk capabilities, and land management. Other farms concentrate on commercial and show potential of these animals. As the market for sheep and goats grows, so does the need to keep these animals feeling their best. Help your sheep and goats stay healthy with MagnaWave! MagnaWave uses Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields (PEMF) to maintain health and wellness by working on a cellular level to optimize cellular function. Sheep and goats can benefit largely from MagnaWave and the way PEMF can reduce pain and provide relaxation.

For show ring success: 

We find it beneficial to have a MagnaWave session 48-72 hours in advance of competition. This maintains the animals overall body wellness. Often this is the time owners are clipping, grooming, and making last minute adjustment to routines. MagnaWave can allow the animal to relax, alleviate anxiety, stay on a feeding regiment, and continue fluid movement and balance in order to peak at competition.

In addition, MagnaWave can be used during pre- sessions leading up to an event.  It can be beneficial to have a MagnaWave session once arriving to a competition. Often exhibitors and livestock are traveling a great distance to compete, this can cause stress to the animals. Livestock can become sore and stiff with travel and MagnaWave can help alleviate pain and inflammation. It is not uncommon during travel that some animals have a decreased appetite, and this can sometimes be alleviated with the use of a MagnaWave session.   

Keeping Sheep and Goats Happy

It is important to note sheep and goats can become easily distressed in the heat. Use caution and care to keep the animal comfortable during a session. Talk with the owners about the importance of water after a session. Stress can also become heightened when they are separated from their herd. Try to work where they can see or be with their pen mates. 

In general, Sheep and goats respond exceptionally well to MagnaWave! They are fun to work with and people in this industry are kind, and willing to learn about new modalities to increase their herds overall health and well-being!

Jessi Shafer

Certified MagnaWave Practitioner of Show Stock Therapies

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