Originally Posted by Ray MacDonald
Thats cool! What is it?
ACV stands for Apple Cider Vinegar.
Apparently there are pasteurized and non-pasteurized ACV out there.
Does anyone know if they have to
say if the ACV is pasteurized or not? I assume it doesn't matter one way or the other for the fly spray version (correct me if, I'm wrong), but one would need the non-pasteurized variety to get the benefit to digestion if being fed to the horse.
I have some ACV, that just says on the label, made from apples, diluted by water to 5% acidity, but doesn't mention pasteurization. I feed it to my boy, and now I'm not sure if it's doing as much good as I thought it would, and if I have to find some that says