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Equimins Gastro Shield

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A comprehensive supplement to help support the cell wall from stomach acid.

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Gastro Shield is a supplement to support delicate or sensitive digestive systems in horses. It contains a very comprehensive blend of proven ingredients to support and maintain a natural acid balance. There are a further eight other natural ingredients to support the cell wall mucosa of the stomach. A separate independent study of sensitive digestive systems is available.

Available in 2kg and 5 kg tubs. Larger sizes available if required.


Equimins Gastro Shield Analysis


Magnesium Trisilicates (Heavy), Magnesium Oxide (Heavy), Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate, Glutamic Acid, Calcium Carbonate, Lecithin- Pectin apple fibre extract, Meadowsweet powder, Plantain Powder, Marshmallow Powder, Slippery Elm Powder, Chamomile Powder, Marigold Powder, Silicone Dioxide.

Additives (per kg):


Amino Acids

Per kg

L-Glutamine 25,000 mg


Zootechnical Additives

Per kg

Saccharomyces Cerevisiae

2CNCM 1-1077 (4a1711)

7.5 x 1010cfu


Technical Additives

Per kg

Bentonite Montmorrilonite (E558) 250,000mg


Analysis Quantity
Oil 0.5%
Protein 12.5%
Fibre 2.8%
Ash 53%
Moisture 11%

Feeding recommendation:

  • Foals: ½ measure (15 g) in feed three times a day.
  • Horses:
    • - Loading quantity for 14 days: 1 measure (30 g) in feed three times a day.
    • - Maintenance quantity: ½ measure (15 g) in feed three times a day.

2kg will last 30 days inc. loading period, 44 days at maintenance

5 kg will last 75 days inc loading period, 110 days at maintenance

Store in a cool dry place

Contains no banned substances under Jockey Club and FEI rules.


By on  04 Feb. 2020 (Equimins Gastro Shield) :

Mrs Clarke

Great product and quick delivery

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By on  27 Jan. 2020 (Equimins Gastro Shield) :

Gastro Shield

I have seen a gradual improvement in my ulcer prone horse. He used to have really loose droppings prior to travel, they are firmer now. Also he is a little less ‘girthy’ since he started on Gastro Shield. The smell is quite sickly sweet and strong and although he usually eats everything, it can sometimes be a little difficult to get him to eat the midday serving of Gastro Shield in a small extra feed. I am continuing with it as it has gradually improved his stomach and I hope to keep it well to hopefully avoid giving ulcer medication too often. Thank you for your interest in our opinions.

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By on  08 Jan. 2020 (Equimins Gastro Shield) :

Helping with FFW

My young boy was diagnosed with Free Faecal Water, which although is not understood to cause discomfort for horses (not much research done yet), my horse was uncomfortable lifting back legs and had the obvious nasty appearance and smell. Since using gastro shield the occurrences of FFW have reduced (not completely gone) and he seems more comfortable. I will continue using GastroShield as part of the solution although I do know there also have to be lifestyle changes

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