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SandRid Psyllium Pellets 5lbs
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SandRid Psyllium Pellets 5lbs

Item # 23347
  • Supports healthy gut function and reduces the possibility of sand colic
  • 100% psyllium pellet with high swell volume to encapsulate and remove sand
  • Psyllium increases intestinal volume, collects sand and lubricates its passage
  • Recommended for horses that eat off the ground or are in sand/dirt paddocks
  • Incorporate this bulk forming fiber laxative into your preventative care program
  • Use one week monthly to purge dirt and sand from the gut
  • 5 lb. pellets= 60 day supply
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#23347
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$25.49
Sand colic is one of the most preventable diseases known. Horses in sandy areas or that are turned out in sand rings and spend a lot of time eating feed off the ground are prone to ingest some sand.  Sand is not digestible so the more sand that builds up in the horses intestine the more prone they are to sand colic. Some but not all sand is always passed thru the intestine so feeding a Psyllium based supplement is key to preventing Sand Colic.

 
Active Ingredients:
Psyllium Seed Husk   140,000 mg/5.2oz.(1 scoop)

 
Directions:
  • Adult Horses (1000lbs) Feed 1 to 1 1/2 scoops daily for 7 days out of every month
  • Give less to Ponies, yearlings and foals
  • More to larger horses and draft breeds
 
Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven


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