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EQUUS Psyllium Pellets

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5lb
Less than $1.02/DAY
(20 day supply)

$20.32

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10lb
Less than $0.88/DAY
(40 day supply)

$35.09

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20lb
Less than $0.85/DAY
(80 day supply)

$67.64

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50lb
Less than $0.70/DAY
(200 day supply)

$139.99

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Product Summary:

Equus Psyllium Pellets

Does your horse live in a sandy environment? Having problems with sand colic and/or impactions? Equus Psyllium is an extremely palatable pellet product that helps to resolve those issues. The pellet form ensures that horses get their proper dosage. Horses like the licorice-flavored taste, and even the picky ones eat it. At less than $23 a month, it's much cheaper than a vet bill and healthier for your horse.

Features:

  • Recommended for all breeds of horses
  • Totally natural, 95% pure
  • Affordable, healthy, and effective
  • Aids the prevention of sand colic and other types of malabsorption
  • Can be fed by hand on its own or as a top dress on your horse’s regular feed ration
Item Specifications:

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein (min.): 10%
Crude Fat (min.): 4%
Crude Fiber (max.): 7%
Ash (max.): 7%

Ingredients:
Psyllium seed husk (this outer coat has a high content of hermicellulose mucillages that allows for its dramatic absorption of water), wheat mill run, anise oil

Directions for Use:
A 2 oz. scoop is enclosed.
Feed as a top dress to regular ration with equal amount of bran of feed for palatability. Do not mix with any liquids. This product must remain dry.
Maintenance: For a 1,000 lb. horse feed 4 oz. (2 scoops) per day for 7 days (loading dose). Repeat every four weeks.
Maximum Supplementation: Feed 4 oz. (2 scoops) per day for 3 weeks.

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
5lb SLT180411 05 5lbs Psyllium 665056010016
10lb SLT180411 10 10 lbs Psyllium 665056010023
20lb SLT180411 20 20lbs Psyllium 665056010030
50lb SLT180411 50 50lbs Psyllium 665056010047

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vet recommended
laura d on Oct 17, 2019
My horse loves this product :)
Joseph B on Sep 18, 2019
vet recommended
laura d on Oct 17, 2019
I have a 17 year old colt that has been raised on Equus and loves it. He won't eat any other brand of psyllium.
Sandy R on Sep 28, 2019
My horse loves this product :)
Joseph B on Sep 18, 2019
My vet recommends this brand
Tawni M on Aug 15, 2019
used for years. Horse love it
Barb K on Jul 1, 2019
Our rescue has always used Equus Psyllium Pellets since they first came out. ALL of our horses eat it and ask for more. We feel confident that they are getting every last little pellets every time.
Jude E on Jun 30, 2019
Last summer my vet recommended that I use a sand cleaning product on my 4 horses even though I have never had an issue with sand colic. I tried another brand of psyllium pellets sold by a major chain. But after doing some searching on-line I found this brand on your site and even with the shipping charges it was cheaper than buying locally.
Donald R on Mar 26, 2019
it works very well<br />we have used this product for 9 years
LJ F on Mar 18, 2019
Anise flavor
Susan C on Feb 5, 2019
Perfect for my horse who's allergic to apples (which most psyllium products are flavored with). All my horses like to eat this and it does a good job removing sand from their guts.
Wendy & Alan B on Feb 1, 2019
It was the only product I saw that had no added sugar!
Robin B on Jan 31, 2019
Of the brands of sand aids I've tried, Equus is the only one my horse will eat.
Dona H on Jan 19, 2019
Works great! Lots of sand here, so we need to use this product regularly.
Penny M on Jan 10, 2019
My horse easily gets impacted due to a tumor. This really help make sure he doesn't get impacted.
Janet M on Jan 7, 2019
They really work and taste good
barb k on Jan 7, 2019
pellets instead of power
KANDY C on Jan 6, 2019
Great natural product that my mare will eating without problems.
Helen C on Jan 4, 2019
Most efficient, (uses less), pellets ensure they eat it versus powder, plus, after several years my 2 girls are down to just trace amounts of sand.. you can lower or raise the dosage based on fecal test results.. I'm now on the lowest maintenance dose.
Deb K on Dec 22, 2018
Good product.
Bernadette H on Dec 16, 2018
Cheaper than purchasing in town.
Karrie A on Dec 13, 2018
Very good product.
Joan S on Dec 10, 2018
cannot get my horses to eat psyllium except for this product. Even the mini loved it/
Phyllis G on Dec 8, 2018
It's the balls
Laura P on Nov 26, 2018
thr reviews and the price.
gary g on Nov 21, 2018
It works. I had a horse at the vet and they checked for sand colic. They said whatever I was using (Equus) was working. The horses love it! I don't have to worry about getting them to eat it.
Karen Z on Nov 11, 2018
Horses like the taste and works well to control sand.
Katy P on Nov 10, 2018
My go-to psyllium
TIMOTHY G on Nov 8, 2018
the licorice
MICHELLE G on Nov 5, 2018
For the health of my horse.
Jorie S on Oct 29, 2018
Simply because my horses like the taste and living in a sandy environment I feel it is essential to add to their feed on a monthly basis. The shipping charges are outrageous!
Jason H on Oct 22, 2018
The Horses like it, Price was good, Item was in tockj
Petrine P on Oct 9, 2018
good quality product
chris b on Oct 5, 2018
My horse loves this brand. He won't eat any other.
Sandy R on Oct 3, 2018
Never purchased before so wanted to try it.
Monique L on Sep 18, 2018
I use Sand Clear and wanted to try this since the price is better.
Lorraine L on Sep 12, 2018
I have a picky warm blood when it comes to any supplements added to his feed. He accepts this with no problems.
Pat B on Sep 5, 2018
My horses and donkey like the taste
Sheila D on Sep 5, 2018
Sand colic prevention. Can't beat the price for a 50# bucket.
Jason H on Aug 26, 2018
Drought has horses chewing grass to the dirt. This should help them when ingesting the dirt.
Barbara J on Aug 12, 2018
Best price, only psyllium that does not have sugar added. Horses love it.
Lorie E on Aug 6, 2018
Drought is causing horses to graze to the nubs of the field. My location is all sandy loam soil. Hope this helps from ingesting more sandy soil than they need.
Barbara T on Jul 17, 2018
This product was recommended by a friend and I couldn't be happier. Living in a sandy region I give psyllium almost daily, this is a quality product and good value for as much as I use it. Horses love the flavor!
Michele P on Jul 10, 2018
low sugar, includes licorice and in pellet form
MICHELLE G on Jul 2, 2018
horse in desert
Lisa A on Jun 18, 2018
horse moved to new mexico
Luann B on May 30, 2018
I LOVE this product, and so do my horses. I feed this daily because of where I live, and this brand is fantastic. It is also less expensive than Sand-Clear
LISA G on Apr 30, 2018
My horses love this brand. We have fed psyllium for years, but this seems to be their favorite. Out of 18 horses, none of them bulk at eating this.
Julia B on Apr 29, 2018
value
Sara G on Apr 28, 2018
Better price than Sand Clear
LISA G on Mar 27, 2018
we live in the high desert, New Mexico and grassy pastures are few and far between. i've been using this for a couple of years and haven't had any problem w/ sand colic.
karen r on Mar 24, 2018
I have a 17 year old colt that has been raised on Equus and loves it. He won't eat any other brand of psyllium.
Sandy R on Sep 28, 2019
My vet recommends this brand
Tawni M on Aug 15, 2019
How long would 50 pounds last with one horse?
Megan M on Jan 27, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Wow! I buy the 5# for 3 horses, 1 scoop 2x a day for 7 days every 4 weeks. A 5# bucket lasts me for 4 treatments & then some. I can’t even begin to try & figure a 50# for 1 horse. I would guess though, for forever?
Is there any veterinary science that supports feeding spilling for sand colic prevention?
A shopper on Jul 27, 2017
BEST ANSWER: There have been numerous studies in various veterinary publications that indicate feeding psyllium can be effective in removing sand. The psyllium can grab the sand as it passes through the gut. The studies that showed the best sand removal efficiency involved using quantities larger than most products recommend. For over 15 years we have fed our horses about 1.5 cups Sat and Sun each week and so far we have not had a sand colic. Sand colics are prevalent in our area due to the sandy soil. The Equus pellets are highly palatable and we have never had a horse that did not love them. Some of the other brands were not palatable to our horses because they got gummy in the horses mouth while eating them.
How do you know what the price will be on future orders if you sign up for auto shiip?
A shopper on Jul 18, 2017
BEST ANSWER: You would not know the exact price in advance. It would always be the same percentage off of the list price, however.
I have a 600 pound pony, should I just do 1 2oz scoop?
A shopper on Jan 17, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The truth is I buy Equus psyllium in the 50 pound box because it works out to about $18 per 10 pounds in the 50 pound box. I've used this for the last five years, as its Anise (licorice) flavor is the only Psyllium I've been able to get them to eat. I have full size horses, one 1000 lb, one 1250, and one 1750 pounds. I give them a cup each which is a bit more than they need, but my vet told me I could give them several cups and it couldn't possibly hurt them. I err on the side of caution. I mix it with their cup of hydrated beet pulp and their Equipride which has a probiotic in it and is awesome for their coat, skin and hooves. I don't know if this helps or not, but be generous to your pony. Sand colic is a killer and giving too little is as bad as not giving it at all. And if it's the cost that makes you want to give the minimum every time, buy the 50 pound box and research the cheapest sites. KV and State Line do pretty good in the cost area. You will pay an extra $20 for shipping because of the weight, but the price per 10 pounds from the 50 pound box breaking down to about $18 per 10 pounds is including the shipping.
can you feed it wet?
erica v on Jun 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It is my understanding that it is not a good idea to feed it wet - here's what I found: "Psyllium is a soluble fiber that forms a sticky gel when it gets wet. That “sticky gel” is what physically traps and carries out of the body any sand that has built up in the colon. So it is better the psyllium to get wet within the GI tract and not before." I add dry supplements to my a.m. feeding and wet to my p.m. feeding. Hope this helps.
how long does the 20 lb bucket do ? I have 4 horses
A shopper on Mar 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have four horses too. If you give the psyllium for seven days a month, in the dose that my vet recommends, it comes to about 2.5 pounds per horse, per month. With 4 horses, you will use about 10 pounds a month, so 20 pounds should last 2 months. That's why I buy it in 50 pound sacks, when I can get a deal, like free shipping. Good luck!