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Manna Pro Opti-Zyme

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Manna Pro Opti-Zyme


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Product Summary:

Manna Pro® Opti-Zyme®

Manna Pro® Opti-Zyme® probiotic supplement is made with naturally viable yeast, enzymes and beneficial bacteria to promote optimal digestion. Easy to feed meal formula is highly palatable and can be top dressed with your horse's feed.
  • Natural probiotic ingredients help promote optimal digestion
  • Easy to feed
  • Use in horses, cattle, pigs, sheep and goats
Item Specifications:

Daily Dosage:
2 oz. per 1,000 lbs. of body weight

3 lbs. (up to 24 days supply)

Guaranteed Anaylsis:
Saccharomyces   158 x 109 CFU/lb
Enterococcus Faecium  0.79 x 109 CFU/lb
Lactobacillus Casei  0.31 x 109 CFU/lb
Lactobacillus Plantarum 158 x 109 CFU/lb
Amylase*  17,875  BAU/lb
Protease*  18,750 CDU/lb
Hemicellulase*  1,585 HCU/lb
Betaglucanase *  11,440 BGU/lb
*Source of Naturally Occuring Viable Yeast, Enzymes and Bacteria For Use in Animal Feeds
Yeast culture, saccharomyces cervisiae, dried enterococcus faecium fermentation product, dried lactobacillus casei, dried lactobacillus acidophilus fermentation product, dried lactobacillus plantarum, dried bacillus subtilis fermentation product, dried aspergillus oryzae fermentation extract.

Feeding Directions
Top dress at the following levels:
Horse                              1-2 oz/head/day
Beef & Dairy Cattle            1-2 oz/head/day
Swine                     0.25-0.50 oz/head/day
Sheep                     0.25-0.50 oz/head/day
Goats                     0.25-0.50 oz/head/day

For those who mix their own feed:

Opti-Zyme® can be added to the grain mix at the rate of 10 to 15 lb/T.    
PLEASE NOTE: Date on package is manufacture date, not an expiration.

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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by An Okay Product I tried Opti-Zyme for my old mare who has loose stools and it didn't seem to work as well as Probios. I do recommend this product for a horse's maintenance. I do have to say that my horse loves the taste of it! November 13, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazing Supplement! My pony had horrible diarrhea because she couldn't handle any kind of Alfalfa (T&A, Straight Alfalfa, etc). I started her on this supplement, and her diarrhea is completely gone! She seems so much happier, and even though she can't eat straight Alfalfa, she is able to handle light T&A now. I highly reccommend this product! July 29, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Really a great product I have both a young gelding and an older stallion, both jumpers, who have been on a scoop a day (2 if showing, trailering, or bad weather) for years, and I think it has kept their tummies stable, helped especially my older one digest his food better and also, they both eat it in their grain with no problems at all. Highly recommended! June 30, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Life changing product for my gassy mare. I have really rich pastures. I couldn't let my mare out to graze more than 4 hours at a time because she would develop really bad, painful gas. I decided to try this product, and after only 2 weeks, she is now in the pasture 12-14 hours a day and she has had no problems. She's 1200lbs and I give her 1 scoop a day. This product has helped to make my mare healthier and happier. I really recommend this product. September 9, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Optizyme OptiZyme has been the perfect pro and prebiotic supplement for my horses. They get up to a scoop a day to keep their digestive systems normalized and my older one to better metabolize nutrients. I highly recommend it. April 2, 2009
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All five horses will eat this and it clearly has helped at least one of them gain significant (actually too much!) weight. Also the manure is noticeably smaller/more compact.
L O on Sep 15, 2015
Great stuff. Stopped watery stools for my horse.
ANGIE S on Jun 14, 2015
The equine nutritionist at our local Southern States recommended this supplement for my nervous and my ulcery horses. Less expensive than several other brands and my horses seem content.
ILKA M on Jun 23, 2015
My horse will eat this supplement in her feed when she will not eat any others and she is not a picky eater.
Inger E on Apr 22, 2015
is this pelleted, or powder?
A shopper on Nov 10, 2014
Best Answer: It is a course powder. It mixes well into a grain feed but I put a little water into a pelletted feed so the Opti-Zyme sticks better, otherwise it willl sift to the bottom of the grain bucket.
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I board my horse an hour from me. If I only feed it to him 3 days a week will it do any good?
Carla D on Oct 15, 2015
Best Answer: Hi, anything is better than nothing. Fortunatly my horse is 50 ft. from my house & I feed this almost every morning. If I don't feed this I give her three to four apples. She had a conpaction a year ago so I have been giving her the mix since. She will deficate 3 to 4 times a night.. I have a mix I use with bran, a cup of rolled oats, opti
zyme, antigest, calf-manna & some apple sauce. My horse loves this mixture and will ask for it after I give her her hay. The main thing you want to achieve is to keep those guts moving. A horse, like us if thier guts aren't moving, they are not feeling well. A horse's intestinal track is very sensitive. Good luck and Happy Trails!!
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