Give me a few more months. Im just entering our show/competition season. If i get no gastric ulcers I will let you know.
It works great for a horse that will eat anything. But for a picky eater its a challange. The horse I have is just that "Picky". I am mixing it with Aloe Juice and putting it in his mouth. he doesn't mind it, but when I put in on his feed with aloe juice its still there, everyday!
I love the product and am thinking about purchasing the tubes also.
My colic-prone horse has been doing great on this product without (knock on wood) any problems so far. However, he seems to be spitting it out lately, especially when I give him the two full scoops as instructed. Any advice about making it more palatable?
Thank you for your review! If your horse won’t eat MagnaGard, you can try mixing it in the feed with a good amount of water. You can also try adding some flavoring (apple sauce or aloe vera juice usually work well).
Tried on 2 horses with ulcer like symptoms. After 1 month of 2 scoops twice a day and didn't notice any change in behavior or disposition.
We recently moved our gelding from Texas to Nebraska and noticed he developed some running poop along with nervousness. Figured it was the move and all but it didn’t go away. Started him on Magnagard, 1 scoop per day, and three weeks later his “bum” is clean as is his tail (palomino)! He seems more comfortable in his own too. Thanks Magnagard!