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Equi-Aid / Natural Psyllium Fiber Pellets are all natural fiber pellets for horse digestive care are 99% psyllium seed husk and 1% flavoring. 4 ounce scoop included! Read More
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Equi-Aid / Natural Psyllium Fiber Pellets
Helps reduce the possiblity of digestive colic. Contains and all natural, 99% psyllium seed husk that helps increase ration bulk.
Key Points to Remember about Equi-Aid/Psyllium Pellets:
- Recommended to support removal of sand from the ventral colon
- Provide an ample supply of water for horse
- Contact veterinarian if horse shows symptoms of colic
- Pellet Form
For a 1000 lb horse give 1 or 2 scoops per day for 7 consecutive days every month.
4 oz scoop included.
- Brand: Equi-Aid
- Form: Pellets
- Ingredients: Psyllium Seed Husk
- Day Supply: (10-20 Day Supply),(20-40 Day Supply),(40-80 Day Supply),(100-200 Day Supply)
"Great Stuff for (Preventive) Sand Colic Digestive Care!!!"
I moved to Utah from Washington state, where worries about preventive digestive care was non-existent. Now, living in Utah I had to change my digestive strategies for my equine family. I've had great success with this product and recommend it to all horse owners.
"Never stop using"
Faithfully used this product over 15 years,won't use anything else,my horses love it
"Used for years"
One of my mares has been given this product since she was 5 years old- without it, she shows intestinal upset. With it -nothing. She's now 20.
"I've been using this product for several years now. Prior to starting, my Lipizzan would need a barn visit from the Vet maybe every other month w/ mild colic symptoms. Where he was generally turned out, there was essentially no grass - only v. fine ""sugar"" sand that he would attempt to graze on. Since using the product, no problems at all. And he seems to love the taste!"
"AU clinic recommended"
This was given to me by the Auburn University Vet School, and my guy has no problem at all with the taste. Just tossed it in on top of his other feed and he doesn't seem to notice.
"horses won't eat"
"Try as I might, I can only get one of my 5 horses to eat this stuff. They just don't like it."