Break the cycle of equine gastric ulcers

Equine gastric ulcers are caused by a cycle of stress or other risk factors, increased acidity, ulceration, decreased appetite—and ultimately, severe discomfort for the horse.

A number of actions can be taken to prevent stomach ulcers, such as:

Feeding the horse roughage multiple times per day to maintain a more natural stomach environment

Feeding the horse roughage multiple times per day to maintain a more natural stomach environment

Avoiding large amounts of high-carbohydrate concentrates

Avoiding large amounts of high-carbohydrate concentrates

Not feeding grain on an empty stomach

Not feeding grain on an empty stomach

In addition, there is a product proven to heal and prevent equine gastric ulcers.

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medical options for treating and preventing ulcers.

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