That's really nice to hear about Bioequine! I hope more Canadian supplements will follow suit with the research on excess Iron. After discovering the differing regulations in Canada from the U.S. , I now understand why so many products have Iron always listed in them, but I still find many products to have so much iron in them and not nearly enough copper. If there is, the product is usually $$$. It would be great to have a wider selection here.
I agree. It's so frustrating to do research or get recommendations on products only to find out they don't deliver to Canada, or if they do, it costs at least twice as much to get it here.
This is also why my trimmer has developed some custom mixes with Mad Barn. They're not perfect, but they're affordable, and she can play with the ratios (they're better on the latest mix). It's something a lot of her clients can get for their horses so they at least have the basics. She used to recommend Cal Trace but then they stopped shipping to Canada.