Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis (EPM)

September 08, 2019 by

Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis (EPM) Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis, commonly known as EPM, is a disease that affects the central nervous system...

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Equine Emergency Kit

August 23, 2019 by

Horses seem to follow one law, Murphy’s. If it can go wrong, it will! Horses are always finding ways to...

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JoAnn Wells AvatarJoAnn Wells

wonderful supplement. my horse is 17 and was just losing her spark, starting to get stiff, had a rough coat an just didn't recover well from hard riding. in the course of 3 months, her coat starting shining, she could move freely, an had her spark back!

Tiffany Gilliam AvatarTiffany Gilliam

I have an OTTB that had colic surgery. During the ordeal and spending a week in the ICU at Littleton he lost over 200 pounds. He is on a very strict refeeding regimen to help protect and heal his gut. Unfortunately it will take over a month to get him up to full hay, and alfalfa/grains/supplements can’t be added in until he has reached full portions of grass. This is not a horse that has ever been an easy keeper, and bitter cold Colorado winters at 8,000 feet elevation isn’t doing him any favors. Excel EQ is one of the only things my vet said is okay to add in early. Within a week or so he started to look brighter, and his coat and condition is improving daily. He has a long way to go, but this has given us a big leg up!

Maureen Martin AvatarMaureen Martin

love this product.
my gelding went through a indoor arena wall and cut two arteries. had 8 stitches and stall rest for 2 weeks. now a little over 12 weeks and NO scars. healed from the inside out.