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I have used Kentucky Equine Research products in the past and have had good results. I recently purchased Triacton and it also has not disappointed!
My horse has been on this for a month. He was having some hoof issues so ended up on bute and stall rest without enough enough hay, despite my best intentions. He has been scoped and has had ulcers in the past. I put him on Gastrogard as well but he was not a happy horse! Trying to bite, uncooperative, antsy, and sticking is tongue out of his mouth and flipping it around a lot. So I decided to do some research and looked at all KERS-Kentucky Equine Research products. This product was less expensive than the Equishure for ulcers so I tried it. I thought it was doing nothing-until it was doing something! Suddenly he was calm, he was cooperative, his tongue was back in his mouth and dare I say it, he’s happy! I’m keeping him on this! It did take almost a month to kick in but we’re in a good place now.