Farnam Quietex Horse Focusing and Calming

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32.5-mL syringe
  • 32.5-mL syringe
  • 1.62-lb tub
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Description

If you have a nervous horse, look no further than Farnam Quietex Horse Focusing and Calming supplements. The pellets or paste help your horse be calm, focused and aware with drug-free stress-relieving components. The unique combination of ingredients has been proven to help horses stay alert during training, making them ideal of traveling, competition, vet, farrier or dental visits. These supplements work in just two hours and don’t cause any drowsiness or slowing down. Both forms are easy-to-administer and you can choose which works best for you—either a convenient syringe or economical pellets.

Key Benefits
  • Unique formula uses seven active ingredients to help keep horses calm, focused and composed in stressful situations.
  • Doesn’t cause drowsiness or affect performance—perfect for traveling, competition, vet, farrier or dental visits.
  • Excellent to use when working on heavy training, performance activities, competitions, racing and tailering.
  • Keeps your horse calm for two hours and is safe enough to be used every eight hours.
  • Two choices for easy administration: a convenient syringe or economical pellets.
Precautions

For animal use only. Keep out of reach of children and animals.

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  • Item Number
    115648
  • Food Form
    Supplement
  • Lifestage
    Adult, Senior, Baby
  • Product Form
    Liquid
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Corn Starch, Glucose, Glycerin, Malt Syrup, Maltodextrins, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Silicon dioxide, Sorbic Acid, Sorbitol, Sucrose, Water, Alfalfa Meal, Distillers Dried Grains, Mineral Oil, Wheat Middlings.

Feeding Instructions

Syringe: Administer contents of syringe directly into horse’s mouth and when possible to the back of tongue. For Performance Horses: 1 full syringe 2 hours before training or competition or as regulations allow. For Transporting Horses: 1 full syringe 2 hours before loading and 1 full syringe every 8 hours if transporting is prolonged.

Tub: Enclosed scoop holds 1 oz. Give 1 scoop daily per horse, regardless of body weight. For Performance Horses: Give 1 scoop 1 (1) hour before training or competition or as regulations allow. For Transporting Horses: Give 1 scoop 2 (2) hours before loading and 1 scoop every 8 (8) hours, if transporting is prolonged.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Worked for my horses for farrier.

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    I added the pellets to a bit of grain. This product did seem to make them calmer for the farrier for my 2 horses, although 1 still fidgeted from boredom. I did expect a little more calmness than it provided. It doesn't make them sleepy. It did seem to take a while to kick in so I may try giving it to them 2 hours before the farrier arrives instead of 1 as written on the instructions.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Definitely Works For My Mare!

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    I bought this for my mare for during a transition in pasture buddies. My mare loves to run and be dramatic, so I was hoping it would help keep her calm during the transition. The difference was much more impressive than I expected! Although I will never be able to know how well she would have handled it without Quietex, she handled it much better than expected. She's been off of it for a few days now and she is definitely back to her wild self, which helps shows me how much Quietex really did help.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    did not work

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    This does not work for every horse I gave it to my horse and she was out of control

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