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EQUUS Psyllium Pellets

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Product Summary:

Equus Psyllium Pellets  

Equus Psyllium is an extremely palatable anise (licorice) flavored Psyllium product. Psyllium for horses is an affordable, healthy, and effective way to control sand colic and/or malabsorption.

Features:
  • Totally natural product - 95% pure
  • Aids the prevention of sand colic and other types of malabsorption
  • No waste as it can be fed by hand on its own or as a top dress on your horse’s regular feed ration
  • Recommended dosage is 1 - 2 2 oz. scoops for seven consecutive days per month 
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:
For maintenance, per 1,000 lb. horse: 2 scoops (4 oz.) per day for 7 days per month. It is also generally accepted that a daily feeding of Equus Psyllium Fiber Blend for a full month is advisable when starting a psyllium program.

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my mare has been on this for twenty years she likes the taste. Her son won't eat any other brand.
Sandy R on May 24, 2017
The best Psyllium Pellets I have used, recommended by my vet,
Virginia C on Jan 7, 2017
we live in the high desert of NM, dry and not much forage, so when the horses nibble i'm sure they are consuming sand. we use this as directed, 2x a day for 7 days, every 4 weeks. so far, so good, no colic.
karen r on Mar 18, 2017
The mules love the taste and eat willingly.
Kelley Jo L on Dec 28, 2016
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!
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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.
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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.
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