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|Health Feature||Immune Support, Itch & Redness Remedy, Allergy Relief||Digestive Health, Hormone Support, Recovery||Digestive Health, Heart Care, Immune Support...||Immune Support||Digestive Health, Immune Support, Respiratory Care|
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My gelding used to be itchy all the time and needed frequent cortisone injections in the summer because he broke out in hives. I used to dread it when it was springtime. He has been on this together with the Wild Forage for 2 years now and has not had any hives or itching. His coat and mane are beautiful and his hooves are strong and no more cracking either. I would never feed anything else.
My horses legs and joints always stock up in the heat, put him on the Lina and I don't even need to wrap him anymore! works miracles, highly recommend
I purchased the 5lb. bag of Lina Anti-Inflammatory Horse Supplement. Wish I had purchased the smaller bag 1st as a trial. My horse barely tasted it and gave it a big hooves down! Even in combination with the Wild Forage she isn't going to eat it, EVER!! Also want to point out that she is not a picky eater.
My horse is not picky but he isn’t thrilled with the taste but he gets it down. He has only been on it almost two weeks so we will see after a month.