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Farnam Cough Free

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Less than $0.52/DAY
(32 day supply)

$16.59

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3lb
Less than $0.47/DAY
(96 day supply)

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Product Summary:

Herbal powder treats symptoms of heaves, allergies, stable cough and congestion. All-natural, test free, with no fillers. Works fast.

Active Ingredients:
Elecampane Root, Ginger Root, Fenugreek Seed, Ferrous Sulfate Monohydrate, Sulphur, Dehydrated Kelp, Dicalcium Phosphate, Comfrey Root, Charcoal, Calcium Carbonate
Dosage & Administration:
Feed two scoops per day for the first five days. And one scoop a day until coughing discontinues. If the horse isn’t eating well, take 2 scoops in a little warm water and dose syringe into horses throat. Enclosed scoop holds 1/2 oz
1 lb. - 32 day supply (based on maintenance dose)
3 lbs. - 96 day supply (based on maintenance dose)

Additional Information

Guaranteed Analysis:
Protein, min. - 10%
Fat, min. - 10%
Fiber, max. - 10%
Calcium, max. - 1.9%
Calcium, max. - 2.4%
Phosphorous, min. - 0.8%
Iron, min. - 9000 ppm
Sulfur, min. - 1%

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This stopped my horse from coughing in two days. The cough came back in three days after I stopped using it for ten days. I'm going to try using it for a longer period.
Thomas M on Dec 27, 2015
for horse that had respiratory issues.
Joanne S on Nov 6, 2015
Hands down, the best supplement I have ever used and I've used many. It has always knocked out coughing in my horses.
Nicole S on Dec 2, 2015
Used this for years and love this product, it really works.
Robin W on Oct 21, 2015
My horse sneezes a lot from her allergies. She doesn't cough a whole lot. But does any one know if this will help with her sneezing?
A shopper on Feb 19, 2015
Best Answer: I would definitely try it! It is meant for allergies, so I would guess that it would! My mare has SEVERE allergies seasonally and it helped- it didn't clear everything but she also has other issues which the a visit to the vet to flush sinuses and switching hay fixed. I will probably buy more in a few months because she seems to be allergic to everything in the summer! The only thing is that it is not very palatable for picky eaters, but if your horse is good with spiked feed, I would get it. It has a lot of natural herbs to combat allergies. And if it doesn't help, I would suggest a visit to the vet. (And if your vet already thought it was allergies, I would be very confident that it would work).
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I have a horse that has hives she coughs a lot will this help her?
HEATHER R on Mar 27, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Heather, I give this to a horse that has summer pasture heaves. Not sure which type yours has but answer is based on the summer pasture heaves. It works pretty good against what is available on the market now and with use everyday keeps my mare pretty comfortable through the summer season with only a few bad days. Because it's a powder, she coughs pretty bad when eating her grain so I started wetting her feed and that eliminated the problem. I also give her the Vita Flex Acculytes electrolyte (also sold here on Stateline) every day and I have found the two in combination give the best results. Good Luck!
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what would the dosage be for a pony?
A shopper on Jul 25, 2015
Best Answer: I would guesstimate based on weight/size. For my horses I give the amount on the container to my typical sized horses and just do a bit less for my tiny Arab. I don't remember the directions but if the dosage was one scoop for a typical sized horse and your pony is about half sized then do half a scoop... if you have a mini more like a quarter scoop. Also keep in mind it is unlikely you could overdose this unless given for weeks. (In my opinion and experience.)
Reply · Report · Jennie K on Jul 27, 2015
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