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post #1 of 62 Old 11-07-2013, 09:16 PM Thread Starter
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EPSM supplement product

I am wondering if anyone has used or heard of this product. This COULD be ideal for horses with EPSM etc.

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Iv seen that supplement. I use the supplement Heiro for my IR horse seems to help think its got more magnesium then the one on the link does.

Wonder if that supp would help an IR horse or not..I have to keep my boy on the heiro can't be changing things to much.

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I just think that this would be soooo much easier to do than all the separate things by themselves. I emailed them asking if the Vit E was natural and not synthetic. Then you would have to be sure that you don't OD on the selenium.....
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Iv seen that supplement. I use the supplement Heiro for my IR horse seems to help think its got more magnesium then the one on the link does.

Wonder if that supp would help an IR horse or not..I have to keep my boy on the heiro can't be changing things to much.
Spirit...where did you see this? I'm wondering if it is something that a feed store would carry, or you'd have to order online?
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Spirit...where did you see this? I'm wondering if it is something that a feed store would carry, or you'd have to order online?
I saw. It online where I don't recall I do a lot of enternet surfing so don't remember where I see stuff.

Think you would have to order it on line never seen it in a catalog also my feed store doesn't carry it either. There is a feed that's low NSC has all the stuff in it only thing that would need supplementing is magnesium. Ill give you the link tomorrow.....don't have it handy right now.

I emailed them for a sample of there feed got it today my horse liked it so gonna give it a try.
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I saw. It online where I don't recall I do a lot of enternet surfing so don't remember where I see stuff.

Think you would have to order it on line never seen it in a catalog also my feed store doesn't carry it either. There is a feed that's low NSC has all the stuff in it only thing that would need supplementing is magnesium. Ill give you the link tomorrow.....don't have it handy right now.

I emailed them for a sample of there feed got it today my horse liked it so gonna give it a try.
Thank you! That would be awesome. I think I will email for a free sample too. I am going to try the Purina WellSolve W/C for their feed. Picking it up today.
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Thank you! That would be awesome. I think I will email for a free sample too. I am going to try the Purina WellSolve W/C for their feed. Picking it up today.

Heres the link NuZu Feed the horse feeds are for metabolic horses NSC is 10% or less. My IR horse has to have feed thats 10% or under or he becomes lamninatic so iv got to watch the numbers for him.

Iam also doing several diffrent supplement currently doing 6 supplements. With this feed hopefully cut it down to just one the magnesium.
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That feed was suggested on the Yahoo Cushings/IR group I finally signed up on.
I have doubts that it is any good for EPSM, a little different philosophy there regarding fat content(IR you want below 2.5%). You would definitely have to add oil/ fat to it. it is below 10%ERC+ starch, tho. It is being endorsed by Dr. Kellon, Maybe contacting her about it?

Spirit, you'll still have to supplement salt, E and magnesium with the feed for IR horses.

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Deserthorse... i know i figured that out after i posted was to late to Edit my post by then.
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Deserthorse... i know i figured that out after i posted was to late to Edit my post by then.
oh, okay..... just making sure
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