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Living in the dessert with horses you will have colic, the sand stays in the gut. With SandClear and fresh water your chances of colic is a lot less. Horses love it and easy to feed, mix the measuring cup it comes with into their feed for 7 days straight out of a month. Easy.
This is mandatory for drought conditions. The fields and paddocks had very exposed dirt and rocks where the horses grazed and there were definitely colic-y horses. One even was treated for a cecal impaction. Since rotating every horse through a 7 day cycle per month, as instructions indicate, zero horses have had ANY issues. Luckily Chewy carries the large sized bucket. Thank you.
My horses didn't like it. It smelled really funny and.they wasted lots. I had to soak it in oil a night.before and put apple ciders vinegar in it to co er the smell. I will have to find something similar nxt time.
We give this every few months to our pony who is on a dry dirt paddock. She loves it and it works well.
My 35 y/o pony needs this- chewy had THE BEST PRICE hands down! Thx Chewy
Using this is preventative, so results are not really measurable. However, my 2 aging geldings have eaten it eagerly and no indications of colic have appeared.
I have used sand clear for years but recently it has been hard to find. Normally I buy equine supplies from other dealers, but Chewy was the only place that had the large buckets in stock
My small horse Tony-the-pony was a little apprehensive about it the first day, but on the second day and thereafter ate it with no problem.
Horses will not eat this. It has a medicinal taste & horses refuse even when mixed with wet cob feed. I wish I had not wasted the money.
We live in North FL, with very sandy soil. I regularly dose my two horses with Sand Clear to keep sand from impacting and causing sand colic. Works well, but I have one very important warning for dog owners. My 10 month old, 85 lb Weimaraner evidently ate some horse poop containing the Sand Clear. I found out when he began throwing up at 2a.m. I found what looked like piece of root. On closer inspection, I found it to be an elongated piece of manure. I found it strange that it didn't break apart. Curious, I put it in water to see if the sand would separate from the poop. After several days, this piece of poop was swollen, but still intact. No change after a week, except that it had swelled larger. The poop was of a gelatinous nature. The elongated shape was likely due to going down his throat. The poop doesn't break down...... If he hadn't been able to throw it up, he would have ended up in surgery. Soooo, the message here is - keep your dogs away from the barn during treatment.