$56.99 to $109.99
SUCCEED® Digestive Conditioning Program
A daily program scientifically formulated to support the health of the entire equine digestive tract. Aids in nutrient uptake and assists a horse in digesting normally when fed intermittently. Contains nutrient and energy needs to provide an even temperament and the ability to train hard and recover faster.
Directions for dosing:
- Give 1 scoop twice daily during first week, then once a day thereafter
Available in top dress granule or oral paste.
- Brand: Freedom Health
- Form: Paste,Granules
- Ingredients: L-Threonine,L-Glutamine,Oat Flour,Oat Yeast
- Day Supply: 30 Day Supply
- Size: 1.79 lb,0.90 lb
"Best product on the market"
I feed my gelding the paste and he loves the taste! My horse has had two emergency colic surgeries in the time I've owned him- I had never heard of succeed until after the second one. He was having horrible colic episodes every night after his second surgery to where I had almost put him down. I wish I had known about succeed sooner! No colicing since beginning this product! I truly believe it has saved my horses life!!
We bought a new horse and within 2 weeks he had his first colic episode which required iv fluids. Then he started to have mild colic episodes every 2 weeks. As I was searching every possibility, I dewormed him and each time he would show colic symptoms. The vet suggested Succeed. The colic stopped! After the first bucket, I stopped the Succeed because the stuff is pricey and we were hoping maybe he would not need it forever. Within 3 weeks he had another colic episode! We were close to putting him down, we just couldn't get a handle on this and the vet bills were mounting and the stress was terrible. We decided to try Succeed again... along with other treatments we have had no more colic! he now gets Succeed 1/2 dose every other day. He's been colic free for a year!!! We changed his food to senior for the fat, had osteopath work done and gave pancreatic enzymes for 2 weeks. I would strongly suggest trying this product if you deal with recurrent colics.