BioEquine Horse Supplement
BioEquine horse feed supplement is unique because the nutritional formula of BioEquine cleans the gut of debris and parasites and prepares it to utilize the medicinal quality, balanced and buffered vitamins and minerals PLUS concentrated micro-encapsulated stabilized probiotics. Your horse is provided all this in a small 1 ounce (30 mg) daily dose. There are no added sugars, protein, drugs, herbal preparations or inert fillers. BioEquine can be fed as a top dressing or mixed with stock salt in a one to two ration (such as 1 lb of BioEquine to 2 lbs of salt) to be used as free choice for pastured horses . You can get BioEquine horse supplement for less than $1 a day, your horse can have their total vitamin and mineral needs met, PLUS a high concentration of micro-encapsulated stabilized probiotics in a gut-cleansing, natural worming diatomaceous earth base.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Probiotics are live bacteria that every digestive system needs to function effectively. They are the same bacteria that are in yogurt. When a horse is given antibiotics, and to some extent paste wormers, this not only kills the bad bacteria but also the good. That is why animals often go off of their feed when they are being treated with antibiotics. Learn more here https://goo.gl/vkIwuL
What is the difference between chemical worming and mechanical worming?
BioEquine's base comes from a mine in Nevada which was chosen as the foundation in the BioEquine formula when it was developed by a nutritionist at Utah State University because of its rich mineral content. It was only later that we learned about the effects of this rich mineral content product on parasites. Research suggests that the texture is sharp to parasites and as they pass across it they are cut and die. The advantage of this process is that it is mechanical rather than chemical (as with paste wormers) to which horses can build up an immunity.
What is the difference between other supplements on the market and BioEquine?
Every supplement is different. You should carefully read labels to determine what will work best. The first ingredient on the label is the largest ingredient. If it is a filler such as wheat by-products, soy-something-or-other, or "dried alfalfa meal" (a bale of hay), you know you are paying a lot of money for minimal benefits. Other important ingredients to look for are yeast and a reasonable amount of vitamin E. These are the two most expensive ingredients in the whole formula. Also check for all other vitamins, minerals, and very importantly amino acids. BioEquine has all of these, which is why we can say that BioEquine is the most complete supplement out there.
No. BioEquine contains no sugar or other stimulants which will make your horse "hot". It will actually calm a horse down due to the vitamin B content, which is a natural calming agent. Your horse's performance may be enhanced due to the increased manageability.
What about my horse's hooves?
Farriers always remark about the strong hooves at Sunglade Ranch. There are many studies relating calcium and biotin to hoof health. Always check the content of biotin in any supplement.
What causes foal scours?
Scours is due to worms passing through the mother's milk to the foal. If you can reduce worms in the mare, you will have little to no scouring during the foal heat.
I have stallions - What will BioEquine do for them?
My stallion, Chics in the Male, at eighteen years has a high concentration of quality semen, even when shipping long distances and his hair coat is wonderful.
My horse tends to get colic. Is there anything in your product that will help with that?
We have been using BioEquine at Sunglade Ranch since 1995. We have had two cases of slight gastric upset during all that time.
Is BioEquine a good supplement for broodmares?
Several years ago, I determined that BioEquine helped prevent heat (foal) scours, but I didn't know if it was through the mare or just how it happened. This year I fed the mares in one barn in a little bucket tied on the gate so that the baby couldn't get any of the BioEquine. I fed all the rest of the mares on the ground where the baby could steal a little. Sure enough, the babies that didn't get the BioEquine got the scours while the others didn't. The babies that got their BioEquine also filled out more quickly and looked better.