My 7-year-old TB mare was underweight and experiencing seasonal mare grumpiness. After just 3 months on ImmuBiome Focus, she is energized, responsive and has a great attitude. Her coat gleams like a shiny copper penny and she is a pleasure to ride. Thank you ImmuBiome!
I purchased this to use on a filly who had some Growth issues which resulted in some residual inflammation. It worked wonderfully when other products had failed. Every horse we own is on at least one ImmuBiome product and all are thriving!
I am very pleased with the improvement in my horses body score, topline and overall wellness. Uiver is a soon to be 19 year old Grand Prix Dressage horse so maintaining his topline is paramount. Because he is borderline metabolic, we have to soak his hay so I feel the Stength and Stamina and Lean Muscle give him the extra he needs.
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The purpose of the following article is to provide an overview of the equine intestinal tract, including its anatomy, how it functions in a healthy state, the most commonly seen intestinal diseases, clinical signs of these illnesses, as well as therapeutic options to address the illnesses. Finally, preventative measures which can be used through proper diet and husbandry practices will conclude this article.
Over the course of time, man’s domestication of the horse has resulted in many alterations of its natural behaviors. In particular, the contents and frequency of the equine diet have been adjusted to make their care more convenient for humans.
Not including wolf teeth, mature female horses have anywhere from 36 to 40 teeth, while males generally have 40 teeth. The equine teeth are divided into two sections within the oral cavity—the incisors which are seen at the front of the mouth, and the cheek teeth which are made up of molars and premolars.