Preview: How To Prevent And Cure Ulcers In Your Horse!
Research suggests that up to 90% of performance horses have ulcers! Most of us only think about stomach ulcers, however ulcers occur in the hindgut and the colon which can not be seen without a colonoscopy! This three part video explains why and how ulcers are harmful to horses and how to prevent and cure them at the same time.
We all think ulcers occur only in the stomach! Unfortunately, they can exist in the hindgut and the colon and they are just as painful. Now, you can do a simple fecal test to see if there is bleeding in your horse's digestive system.
The key is to prevent ulcers. Most products out there are short term and stop acid production completely which is not ideal! Like Tums for humans. Learn how to produce as natural a digestion system as possible and what signs to look for that indicate your horse may have ulcers.
Ulcers can be cured! Learn why shutting down the production of acid is a short term change and isn't really helping the horse long term. Find out why chewing is so helpful to the horse and how to cure ulcers.