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Equimins Sand-Ex Pellets

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For use when sand is in the intestinal canal.

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Sand-Ex is an all natural dietary pelleted fibre product Psyllium (Plantago ovata) combined with Probiotics and Prebiotics. For use when sand is in the intestinal canal, as a natural fibre and microbial supplement to greatly assist the natural flow of food through the intestinal tract.

Being pelleted means that this product can be swallowed easily and does not turn to jelly until it is in the digestive system, unlike ordinary psyllium which turns to jelly quickly once in the mouth and horses often then spit it back out.

Packed in 1.5 kg tubs

Specification

Equimins Sand-Ex Analysis

Composition:

Psyllium Husk, Micronised Linseed, Dicalcium Phosphate, Calcium carbonate.

 

Analysis Quantity
Oil 2%
Protein 17%
Fibre 31%
Ash 4.7%
Moisture 7%

 

Directions for use:

  • Ponies: Two heaped measures (100 grams) per day for seven days each month.
  • Horses: Four heaped measures (200 grams) per day for seven days each month
  • Large Horses: Six heaped measures (300 g) per day for seven days each month.

 

Store at 10 - 20 degrees C.

Always replace the lid after use.

Keep out of the reach of children.

Reviews

By on  01 Oct. 2022 (Equimins Sand-Ex Pellets) :
(5/5

Sand ex

Great product. Super quick delivery & easy website

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By on  22 Sept. 2022 (Equimins Sand-Ex Pellets) :
(5/5

Equimins Sand-Ex Pellets

Have used this product before and it is excellent. Also my horses find it very palatable preferring it over balancer (not Equimins) pellets!!

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By on  20 Aug. 2022 (Equimins Sand-Ex Pellets) :
(5/5

Jo B

Great product that's easy to use and horses eat it all up, so nothing is wasted. Love that ordering is so easy and product arrives next day.

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