Can I administer two scoops of Ulceraser once a day instead of one scoop twice a day?
How quickly can I expect to see a difference?
Which types of products can Immunox replace?
Immunox can replace Vitamin E and selenium supplements as well as products given post workout or competition because the broad spectrum antioxidants and anti-inflammatories provide your horse with the necessary support on a daily basis. Not only is Immunox high in Vitamin E, a common supplement for horses, but it’s high in Vitamins A and C as well as polyphenols. Together this broad spectrum supplement is all you need to boost and protect your horse’s immune system, muscle recovery and strength.
What are Tummy Gummies?
What makes Symbiotic different from other probiotics?
Most probiotics are white powders where the bacteria died during processing and packaging, or otherwise die upon reaching the acidic environment of the stomach. Symbiotic uses a strain of bacteria that does not require refrigeration, survives packaging, and that is proven to withstand the stresses of GI transit to successfully colonize the hindgut. Symbiotic contains other yeasts and forage based prebiotics that horses love the smell and taste of.
How much sugar and starch is in Crackdown?
The NSC content is approximately 8%. One of the many reasons veterinarians and farriers recommend Crackdown for metabolic horses is because the sugar and starch (NSC) content is so low.
Which skin issues does Immunox help?
There are so many, but these are a few of the most common: hives, bumps, fungus, general skin funk, scratches, summer sores, and more.
Why is the scoop smaller than other product scoops?
How long are the Tummy Gummies effective?
Does Immunox help muscle recovery and strength?
Yes! Immunox is high in vitamins E, A and C as well as anti-inflammatories. They are designed to keep muscles supple and fresh when in hard work and training. Unlike other products containing synthetic Vitamin E (dl-alpha tocopherol), Immunox contains only natural Vitamin E, (d-alpha tocopheryl), which is the most bioavailable and readily absorbed by your horse.
Why do some of the gummies stick together?
Can I use Immunox with Ulceraser?
How do I know if my horse needs a hoof supplement?
Why do people supplement with prebiotics and probiotics?
Often times, the delicate balance of beneficial bacteria in the GI tract is disrupted (i.e. due to medications, stress, illness, changes in feed or environment) and this can lead to various gastric issues. Maintaining a healthy population of beneficial bacteria while keeping the bad bacteria at bay is essential for proper nutrient absorption and immune health.
How soon before riding should I feed the gummies?
How many Electrobites do I feed?
Why does Crackdown have less biotin than other hoof supplements?
Can I give more than 4 gummies?
How many scoops of Arthroscope do I administer per day?
What are the ingredients in Crackdown?
What are prebiotics and probiotics?
Probiotics are beneficial bacteria in your horse's GI tract that assist with digestion. Prebiotics are the food source for the beneficial bacteria.
If a horse swallows a Tummy Gummy whole and does not chew it, will it still work?
What is the shelf life of Sudden Comfort?
We recommend using Sudden Comfort within 2-3 months of purchasing it directly from us. While the shelf life is one year and the paste remains perfectly safe to use, it becomes more difficult to remove the paste as it becomes firmer. The reason for this is because we do not add any chemicals to the paste to keep it liquified.
Is it possible to buy Crackdown in bulk?
Can I use Symbiotic with Ulceraser?
Yes! In fact they are designed to complement one another by focusing on the gastric and colonic needs of your horse.
Is there a difference between the carrot and peppermint gummies?
Is it ok to feed two scoops once a day instead of one scoop twice a day?
What type of horses benefit from Symbiotic?
All of them! To name just a few: senior horses needing improved nutrient digestibility and absorption to help maintain weight; foals and young growing horses that need to establish beneficial bacteria throughout the GI tract; performance horses susceptible to hindgut disturbance caused by sugar and starch content of large grain meals needed to meet their energy requirements; horses with loose stool or fecal water and; horses needing to strengthen the intestinal lining to restore “leaky gut” to normal permeability levels.
If my horse is finishing an omeprazole treatment is it ok to start administering Ulceraser before treatment ends?
When should I feed the Electrobites?
Do the gummies change color over time?
Is Crackdown safe for horses with laminitis?
Yes! Crackdown is safe for horses that are prone to laminitis. The NSC content is approximately 8%. One of the many reasons veterinarians and farriers recommend Crackdown for metabolic horses is because the sugar and starch (NSC) content is so low.
How long does it take to see a difference when I start using Ulceraser?
Will Symbiotic help a horse with diarrhea?
There are many different causes of diarrhea (illness, infection, parasites, ulcers, sudden change in diet, etc). Symbiotic helps address chronic diarrhea by colonizing the hindgut with beneficial bacteria to restore the proper balance of microflora. Symbiotic also increases nutrient absorption, keeps pathogens and bad bacteria at bay, eliminates mycotoxins, and reduces leaky gut and fecal water. Another often overlooked cause of diarrhea is inefficient or incomplete digestion in the stomach prior to food (usually processed feeds higher in sugar and starch) making its way to the colon. This is why it’s also important to focus on gastric health. Ulceraser encourages digestion in the foregut where it belongs rather than in the hindgut, which results in to the release of volatile fatty acids and plummeting pH ultimately leading to the death of beneficial bacteria. Ulceraser is also hydrophilic, which means that it attracts and absorbs excess water (reducing diarrhea) as well.
Is it ok to give extra Ulceraser at a horse show or during times of additional stress?
Is it ok to use Ulceraser and Positude together?
Is Ulceraser horse show safe even though it contains tryptophan?
Sometimes it is hard to get the paste out of the Sudden Comfort tube. Why?
If using Sudden Comfort within two months of its being manufactured, the paste flows freely If the paste sits in a cool environment for over 3-4 months, the ingredients “firm up” and become more difficult to administer from the syringe. Sudden Comfort is made with all natural ingredients, and we do not use chemicals to keep it liquified.
How does the consistency of Electrofresh compare to other electrolytes?
One of the things that distinguishes our company is that we tend to stay away from pellets and powder, instead focusing on whole food, forage based products because they are more effective and horses prefer them. Electrolytes by nature tend to be “powdery” but because ours is made from pink Himalayan and red Hawaiian salt it is much more crystallized and substantial than other electrolytes.
What can I do to make it easier to depress the Sudden Comfort syringe?
Letting the syringe sit in a cup of warm water for 15-30 minutes will usually soften the paste again so it flows freely.
Does Ulceraser support the hindgut?
Is it safe to keep my horse on the loading dose of Positude long term?
How long does it take to see a difference when starting Positude?
How many pumps of Positude do I administer?
Is it ok to use Positude and altrenogest (Regumate)?
Is Positude effective for geldings and stallions?
How long does it take to see an improvement using Calmakazi?
Can I increase the dose if my horse needs additional support?
Is it safe to use Calmakazi and Positude together?
How long does it take to see a change when using Immunox?
Is it safe to use Immunox with other Equine Elixirs products?
Is it ok to administer extra Immunox if my horse needs additional support?
What size is the scoop that comes with Ulceraser?
Can I order Tidbits in bulk?
How do I get an extra pump for Positude?
After receiving a complimentary pump with the purchase of your initial 120oz supply of Positude, you can purchase additional pumps for $2.00 with future orders. If you need additional pumps at a time when you are not otherwise ordering a Positude refill, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why does my horse need electrolytes?
Is salt different than electrolytes?
Is it better to add the electrolyte to feed or water?
How many tubes should I give?
Is it safe to give more than 2 tubes if my horse needs it?
Why is Sudden Comfort paste thicker than other brands?
How many syringes are in a case?
Is it possible to buy Sudden Comfort in bulk?
Do you offer farm incentive programs?
Where do you ship from?
All orders ship from our warehouse in Wellington, FL.
Do you have sales or promo codes?
Do you have sample sizes of the supplements?