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GastroElm Plus Treats for Horses

Do you have a picky eater? So do we, and here’s the solution for our forever finicky mare. Treats! That’s right, treats. They’re easy to make, she loves them and most importantly they keep her colic & ulcer issues at bay.

Here’s what you’ll need:

1 tbsp of GastroElm plus

2-3 tbsp oats or sweet feed

1 tsp molasses

Small amount of Water to combine

Step 1:

First put GastroElm plus, oats and molasses into a small mixing bowl and mix together until combined.

Step 2:

Slowly add a small amount of water to mixture until it starts to come together forming a putty like consistency.

Step 3:

Roll mixture into a ball, roll in additional oats if desired.

This recipe is for 1 treat / 1 dose of GastroElm Plus. I make my mare’s treat daily so that I can ensure it’s freshness, but feel free to make this recipe on a larger scale and store the remaining balls in the refrigerator for up to a week. This recipe is VERY adaptable. Mix in what your horse enjoys such as apples, peppermints or their favorite treat. Use more or less molasses to the liking of your horse. 

Ashley
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Mare Eating & Feeling Good Again!

I have an older mare that had a massive infection in april of 2019. I have been fighting her about eating for almost a year now. She would eat a few bites and stop or she wouldn’t eat at all. I would have to change grains to try to find something for her to eat. She recently fractured her femur and once again stopped eating.
 

 
I was giving her Ulcergard everyday for 12 days, which comes out to $11 a day. I started her on this supplement about a week ago and for the first time in almost a year she has become a clean plater. Not only does she eat everything in her dish, but when she wants more, she has become demanding, WHICH I LOVE!! She can’t have all of her food at once because she chokes. Her overall demeanor has completely changed. I was getting ready to put her down because she always seemed depressed and simply wouldn’t eat. Now she’s squealing and carrying on. This mare wouldn’t even eat all of her hay and now she does. She is the pickiest eater, but has no problem eating this as a top coat to her grain. I have tried a million things to try to get her back on track. Like I said, I was going to put her down this spring, but she has made a complete 180. I honestly didn’t think this would make a difference, but I am amazed. I can’t thank this company enough for giving me more time with my horse. The price is amazing too. Cannot be beat.

As a side note, yes, she has been under the care of multiple vets over the past year. Blood work was done with completely normal results. Along with the Ulcergard she gets B12, but none of that helped. The vets were at a loss as to why she wouldn’t eat.

Lisa M.