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Sand Clear contains psyllium seed husk, which is recommended by veterinarians because it absorbs water in the intestines to form a gel-like substance which increases bulk, softens stools and helps remove sand from the ventral colon.
Highly palatable apple and molasses flavored crumbles
For horses of all ages, including young foals
Recommended by veterinarians
Active Ingredients per 5 oz.:Psyllium Husk: 102,250 mg
Inactive Ingredients:Artificial flavors, mineral oil, natural flavors, propionic acid (as a preservative)
Directions for use:
For average size (1,000 lb.) adult horse, mix in one scoop (5 oz.) to 1.5 scoops of SandClear™ (5 oz. scoop enclosed) with daily grain ration for one full week (7 days) out of every month. Feed less to ponies, yearlings and foals; more to larger horses and draft breeds.
Warnings:For use in horses only. Keep out of the reach of other animals and children. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately. Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. If animal’s condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian.
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How often do you recommend feeding this product?
Best Answer: I didn't realize my horses had a problem until I had a fecal check done. My vet recommended to feed it 1 week per month for horses with sand problems. I actually only used it once every three months, and had a fecal check done after 6 months. They both only had minimal amounts of sand after 2 treatments in the six month time frame. I am sure alot depends on your grazing area.
Can this be fed with soaked cubes? I ffed wet cubes and some products say not to be fed wet
Best Answer: I have been using Sand Clear for a long time and swear by it. It is a great product and works very well on my horses. I usually feed it dry with either some Purina Senior or Purina Omolene and my horses eat it completely. Once it gets into your horses' system, it will gel up and collect the sand/dirt in their stomach and make it easier to get out of their system. I wouldn't recommend feeding it wet -it needs to be in their stomach to get wet.
I'm confused as to the description of this product it...for example it states that the 3lb tub is a 30 day supply...how can this be possible? If a scoop a day is 5oz that wouldn't cover 30 days??
Best Answer: I had the exact same question because the number of 5oz serving do not add up to the number of total servings stated on the website. I buy the 20lb size, and if you take 20lbs x 16 oz per pound that equals 320 oz per 20 lb container. If you take 320 oz and divide by the 5 oz serving size, it comes to 64 servings/days of Sand Clear. If I divide that by 7 days a month, the 20 lb size should last one horse 9.14 months. I have 2 horses, and the 20lb size does last 4 total months with some left over.
I personally think it is a typo on the site. I called customer service several weeks ago about this, and so far they haven't changed the information. I just called customer service again, and I was told they thought the page had been updated, but obviously it hasn't. They thanked me for bringing it to their attention.
Sand Clear Why does your 50lb show a 450 day supply? Your competitors is showing only 160 days.
Best Answer: Please contact our customer service department and we would be more than happy to assist you!
Why will this system not let me click on the 10 lb size?
Best Answer: I do see the 10lb size is available and ready to order. If you are having trouble placing the order online please contact our customer service department and we would be more than happy to place the order for you over the phone.