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Finish Line U-7 Liquid

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128 oz

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Product Summary:

Finish Line® U-7™ Gastric Aid Liquid

Does your horse suffer from poor appetite, performance and behavior? If so, you should try Finish Line® U-7™. This innovative new formula is specifically for use with horses that experience a weak appetite, poor attitude, dreary coat, or decreased performance. It promotes stomach acid buffering and is recommended for horses confined to stalls or who engage in heavy work schedules.

Features:
  • Not a drug, will not test positive, and can be given over long periods
  • Includes all natural active ingredients that support digestive health in horses
  • Safe for foals
Item Specifications:

Ingredients:

Active Ingredients per fl. oz.:
Ascorbic Acid: 440mg
MSM: 290mg
Apple Pectin: 56mg
Brewers Yeast: 28mg
Grape Seed Extract: 18mg
Zinc Gluconate: 5mg

Inactive Ingredients:
Aloe vera powder, apple cider vinegar, apple flavoring, cabbage powder, carrot powder, cinnamon powder, FD&C blue #1, FD&C yellow #5, honey, licorice root, salt, slippery elm powder, sodium benzoate, water, xantham gum.


Directions for Use:
Give 2 oz. in the morning and 2 oz. in the evening for 30 days. Reduce to 1 oz., twice daily thereafter. (1 fl. oz. = 29g)

Size: 128 oz. (up to 64-day supply)

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I started giving this product to my senior horse following treatment for ulcers and a GI infection. He has continued to gain weight and has had no further issues with ulcers or diarrhea.
Kimberly W on May 15, 2017
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ray b on Aug 25, 2016
WE USUALLY NEED IT FROM TIME TO TIME
ROSE H on Nov 20, 2016
Because our horse sometimes gets a bit nervous at shows, and this calms him right down.
Marcie Q on Jun 3, 2016
How do you keep this from freezing in the winter?
A shopper on Nov 26, 2015
Best Answer: It doesn't seem to freeze easily. The few times it does, I usually put it in a bucket of warm water and it thaws quickly. My tack room is heated, and if we are expecting an unusually cold spell, I stick it in there. Usually, though, I just leave it by the stall I use it at.
Reply · Report · Wanda F on Nov 26, 2015
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Is U7 safe for 6 week old foals for ulcers?
A shopper on Apr 14, 2016
Best Answer: I would ask your vet. I have used it on young horses but not that young. I use U-7 as preventative or when horse shows early signs of appetite being off.
Reply · Report · Marilyn W on Apr 14, 2016
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liquid vs powder?
A shopper on Mar 29, 2017
Best Answer: My horse is finicky about powdered supplements. He loves apples so the apple liquid is a hit and binds the other powdered supplements to his grain so he can't eat around them. I put a pump on the bottle. 2 pumps am & pm.
Reply · Report · Kathryn E on Apr 4, 2017
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Can this product be used with ranitidine??
Cheryl O on Feb 23, 2017
Best Answer: I was using it as a preventative and my horse still had an ulcer attack. I put him on rinitinidine 2x per day for 2 weeks and then slowly weaned him off over about a 6 week period. I stopped using the U7 at that point because it didn't prevent the ulcers in the first place. I had my horse scoped a couple months after I weaned him from rinitinidine and he was clear. I haven't found anything that acts as a preventative that I can give daily.
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