Equine 74 Gastric - Free Sample - Limit of 1 per customer
Equine 74 Gastric is a supplement for horses and ponies that absorbs the excess gastric acid caused by feeding and stress, thus buffering the pH value in the horse's stomach.
Sports and leisure riders, amateurs, world champions and Olympic champions feed it to their horses daily.
Numerous veterinarians all over the world recommend this supplement as an accompaniment to treatment for equine gastric ulcers.
How should I administer Equine 74 Gastric?
Feed 50 grams daily to combat hyperacidity of stomach contents.
Equine 74 Gastric is available in powder, granulate and pellet form. Depending on the horse and preference, it can be fed straight from your hand or added to the horse’s normal feed.
Both the powder and the pellets can be mixed with moist feed such as mash or “Schlonzi” with no lost benefits.
Feed horses 25–50 g of Equine 74 Gastric 1–2 times daily, depending on the size and weight of the horse, its susceptibility to stress and how much gastric acid is being produced.
How does Equine 74 Gastric work?
Equine 74 Gastric works like a sponge to absorb excess gastric acid.
The red algae – the natural basis of Equine 74 Gastric – contain 74 different minerals, including large amounts of calcium and magnesium, which have high bioavailability. Equine 74 Gastric’s high calcium and magnesium content and its unique sponge properties provide up to 2.5 times more acid buffer capacity than equine gastric acid supplements obtained from limestone.
This means that Equine 74 Gastric can buffer more gastric acid than conventional products containing calcium. Equine 74 Gastric absorbs excess gastric acid like a sponge to ensure a more balanced pH level in the horse's stomach. The excess acid can no longer attack the stomach lining, thus preventing the development of gastric ulcers.
The feed then passes into the intestine with no hyperacidity. This creates more equilibrium amongst intestinal flora, allowing the intestinal microbes to work better, usually leading to an improved absorption of feed.