Learn which calming supplement ingredients work and things to consider before choosing or administering a product to your horse.
Ulcers can occur in horses of all disciplines and management situations, although horses in higher stress environments do appear to be more susceptible. There’s no cure-all for equine gastric ulcer syndrome, but proper management and prevention methods can help your horse remain ulcer-free.
Awareness of what your horse is eating can help you determine if his dietary needs are being met and, if not, what can be added to meet those needs. With respect to the nutritional needs of a horse, it is important to know the meaning of the chemical analysis on the feed and supplement labels and the chemical analysis results.
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