|Top Ingredients||Salt, Potassium Chloride, Sodium Bicarbonate...||Salt, Potassium Chloride, Sodium Bicarbonate...||Salt, Flax Seed (milled), Dehydrated Alfalfa Meal...||Salt, Potassium Chloride, Magnesium Sulfate...||Salt (Sodium Chloride), Potassium Chloride, Magnesium Sulfate...|
|Health Feature||Vitamins & Minerals, Recovery, Electrolyte||Vitamins & Minerals, Recovery, Electrolyte||Recovery, Electrolyte||Recovery, Electrolyte||Recovery, Electrolyte|
|Special Diet||Low Glycemic, Flax-Free||Low Glycemic, Flax-Free, Sugar Free||—||—||—|
|Food Flavor||Fruits & Vegetables||Fruits & Vegetables, Apple||—||—||Fruits & Vegetables, Apple|
Great product. One of the few sugar free options available at a reasonable price. My very picky, ancient pony mule slurps it right up when mixed wet with his feed.
I have 5 horses ages 10-28 years and have had 60 days of 100+ degrees. Morning and night I give them Orange a Day electrolytes in their beet pulp and they have been thriving in this heat! They love the taste too! Love this stuff!
I have a lot of horses to feed and it's been HOT this summer, so the fact that this electrolyte comes in a 25lb bucket has been a lifesaver. I choose Orange-a-Day over other electrolyte products because it doesn't have added sugars or a bunch of fillers.
Great product at a great price with every bit of what we need in these hot NC summers.
Was surprised to find out that the picky horse hated the apple version of this product but he actually loves the orange flavor! He gets it twice a day with his sweet feed mixed with a little canola oil so it sticks & extra in the summer when it’s hot and he’s been running hard. I do feel like it has been helping, since we have less often caught him licking rocks and metal objects since he has been on it.
Product works well, horses like it! Keeps em drinking well.
My horses found this palatable, after their Apple-a-Day electrolyte was out of stock. Same guaranteed minimum analysis.. Great price. Read the label folks, you can use half as much as the 'other' brand for the same potency. Horses didn't have a problem switching to this, though their grain **is** soaked well before feeding so the powder is dissolved.
Electrolytes are a daily necessity here in the desert. We alternate between the orange and the apple flavors and he likes both equally. Thanks for having the option to mix things up!
My horses would not eat it and they are not picky eaters. Save your money and just buy salt.
My senior horses need electrolytes on hot, humid days to stay hydrated. This stuff does the trick! It is palatable, and I love that it does not contain a lot of sugar or artificial colors. Will purchase again!