Horse probiotics should be included as part of equine nutrition. They help horses deal with intestinal problems and weight problems, or those that are on antibiotic therapy. When it comes to probiotics for your horses, Abactive is a name you can trust; it is easy to administer plus, it’s an affordable choice for your horse’s health.
Why are Equine Probiotics important?
The horse’s cecum contains several organisms that help digest the food. The number of organisms should be maintained to keep the horse in good condition. Usually, the number of organisms would decrease if:
- the horse is under stress from foaling, training, transporting, and the like
- the horse is on antibiotics (antibiotics can also destroy good bacteria)
- there is change in the horse’s normal routine
In reality, horses may inevitably be under stress. When they are on antibiotics, some of the helpful bacteria may be eliminated which results in the malabsorption of nutrients. It will then lead to weight problems, health problems like diarrhea, and even problems of the hooves and skin. In general, it can affect the overall performance of the horse.
Why should you choose Abactive?
Abactive is an effective equine probiotics formulation which helps optimize the production of lactic acid. It also works as an effective supplement to keep equine digestive system clean and healthy. Abactive is enteric-coated, which means that the active ingredient is protected by a special coating as it travels along the digestive tract. This special coating prevents disintegration of the active ingredient when coming in contact with the digestive juices, so it can perform its required function.
Abactive is so easy to use; you only have to incorporate the granules into the feed – top dress or mix with corn syrup of molasses. It is individually packed – one sachet is the required amount per day.
Since it is made of natural ingredients, there are no issues when it comes to medication safety and efficacy. It is recommended to be used on all horses regardless of age. Choose Abactive now.