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Divine Equine Daily Pellets


Divine Equine Daily Pellets contain Thiamine HCI (Vit.B1), Valerian Root, Black Cohosh, Passion Flower, Ginger Root, Hops, and Wood Betony in a dry molasses and alfalfa meal base.

Provides a soothing effect that allows the horse to be more at ease.

Horses: Feed 1 scoop in the AM and PM.

Weanlings: Feed 1/2 scoop in AM and PM.

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Item # Description Price Each Qty
O4-CD Divine Equine Pellets, 6 lb bucket
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Each $21.95
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 - Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Great Product!!
Reviewed By:  Debra (Phoenix, AZ.) (Phoenix, Arizona) 
I have a 12 year old Arabian mare who is "hot blooded". I have tried several products on the market to calm her down since she's so full of herself. Calm and Cool was recommended to me... I have noticed a HUGE difference in her attitude and eagerness to do everything I ask of her. We are finally as one now!!! VERY VERY HAPPY OWNER.

 - Friday, May 24, 2013
Feeding Time
Reviewed By:  Amber (Haileyville, oklahoma) 
My gelding was always pushy and impatient at feeding time. Pawing the ground running at the other horses in the next pen. I have been feeding calm and cool to him for a week and have noticed a HUGE difference at feeding time. He is quieter and less aggressive to the other horses. He was always impatient for the farrier, but now stands there quietly. Thanks Calm and Cool!

 - Friday, October 26, 2012
cool n calm
Reviewed By:  jenna (sarasota, fl) 
I started to feed cool and calm to my mare and gelding who are both uppity horses. My gelding gets overly excitable and when corrected gets irritated with work and its all down hill from there. After a week on cool and calm hes a different horse and much easier to train with a more focused mind set.
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