Description

Reduced Mess Formula

DRUG FREE testing for ALL FEI, Equine Canada Competition and Race Industry.

Special Comfort Gut is exactly the same as Regular Comfort Gut except it has been specially manufactured to be granular instead of a very fine powder.

Being granular (similar in size to granulated sugar) it is less messy to work with but has a slightly reduced surface areas so would not be suitable for the more challenged horses who struggle with their weight/condition or stress either by temperament or workload.

The integrity of your horse’s stomach can be overwhelmed by gastric acid during times of stress, travel, and intense training or competition, or dealing with compromised health. Comfort Gut can play a role in helping to maintain healthy gastric acid levels and can be fed long term without disrupting acid production which is required for normal breakdown of food for digestion and absorption of nutrients.

Clients report that they feel Regular Comfort Gut contributes to better utilization of feed with performance horses, those under stress and hard work, hard keepers and older horses.

Regular Comfort Gut is mildly alkaline, ultra small pored, very low ash, vegetal carbon, designed specifically for feeding which absorbs (binds to) toxins in the digestive tract like excess acid and eliminates it from the horse’s system in the manure.

No Fillers – No Sugars or molasses – Non-GMO – No Herbicides or Insecticides – No Protein.

Registered with Canada’s Low-Risk Veterinary Products Program.

Composition – Vegetal carbon; (granular charcoal) Analytical constituents: Crude Fibre 0%

Feeding Rates Based on 500kg horse

Breakdown:
1 x 10ml scoop = 8 grams

Daily Feeding:
AM 2 x 10ml scoops = 16 grams
PM 2 x 10ml scoops = 16 grams

Daily Total 32 grams

1kg lasts the average 500kg horse a month

DO NOT give Comfort Gut to horses that have previously experienced and/or continue to experience constipation problems

DO NOT feed with medications without consulting with a Veterinary Professional

Shipping Estimate: 3-4 weeks or sooner.